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Bleasby East Hall and West Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Bleasby, Nottinghamshire

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Latitude: 53.0374 / 53°2'14"N

Longitude: -0.9319 / 0°55'54"W

OS Eastings: 471713

OS Northings: 349432

OS Grid: SK717494

Mapcode National: GBR BKJ.K6K

Mapcode Global: WHFHM.NXFC

Entry Name: Bleasby East Hall and West Hall

Listing Date: 11 August 1961

Last Amended: 13 March 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1370149

English Heritage Legacy ID: 241959

Location: Bleasby, Newark and Sherwood, Nottinghamshire, NG14

County: Nottinghamshire

District: Newark and Sherwood

Civil Parish: Bleasby

Built-Up Area: Bleasby

Traditional County: Nottinghamshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Nottinghamshire

Church of England Parish: Bleasby

Church of England Diocese: Southwell and Nottingham

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Listing Text

SK 74 SW
(south side)
5/7 Bleasby East Hall
and West Hall
li.8.61 (formerly listed
as Carhayes (The East Hall)
and West Hall)
House, now 2 houses. Early C18 with probable earlier core. Part
re-fenestrated late C18, refronted early C19 with extension dated
1836. Divided C20. Red brick, stuccoed and painted, some
ashlar. Graded slate roof with tripartite brick and render stack
to the right gable and single similar quadripartite ridge stack.
Ashlar coped gables. Modillion eaves cornice. The single outer
and central bays have embattled parapets supported on brackets.
2 storeys plus attic, 7 bays. The central single bay and the
outer narrow single bays project and form mock turrets. Central
recessed porch with outer Tudor arched entrance and inner door
with 2 panels surmounted by 2 pointed arched lights, over is a
traceried fanlight. Either side are 2 glazing bar sashes and in
the outer turrets single blind lancets. Above, single central
glazing bar cross casement with 2 glazing bar sashes either side
and in the turrets single blind lancets. All windows have Tudor
style hood moulds with label stops. In the attic is a single
central wooden casement with 3 quatrefoil lights with glazing
bars. In the turrets are single decorative cross arrow loops.
To the left, set back is a lower 2 storey plus attic 2 bay wing,
linked to the house by a lower single bay wing with embattled
parapet and single Gothick glazing bar casement with Tudor style
hoodmould on each floor. 2 bay wing dated 1836 in left gable is
of cement render with a slate roof. Single ridge quadripartite
stack. Ashlar coped gables and decorative kneelers. Set on a
plinth. 2 glazing bar sashes with 2 similar sashes above, all
with Tudor style hood moulds. The attic has 2 gabled full
dormers each with single lancet with iron grille. The right side
of the house probably originally an entrance front has single
similar outer turrets. Ground floor has a single cross casement
with Gothick glazing bars consisting of 2 pointed arched lights
under an ogee arch and with 2 trefoils over. To the right is
single tripartite Gothick glazing bar casement. Above left is a
single similar cross casement with evidence of a single similar
dropped stair light to the right and further right a single
glazing bar sash with Gothick glazing bars. On the top floor is
a single small Gothick glazing bar casement and a single small
Gothick glazing bar sash to the right. Projecting from this
front is a C19 single storey cement rendered and slate wing with
ashlar coped gable and 2 openings each of 2 pointed arched lights
with hood mould and label stops over. There are further single
storey C20 extensions. The rear also has single similar corner
turrets with C19 extensions to the right of that on the right.
Interior has marble fireplaces, C18 door cases probably removed
from another house, 2 niches with C18 glazed doors. First floor
room with egg and dart cornice. Kitchen has possible C17 door

Listing NGR: SK7171349432

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