Kinlet Hall (including Office Wings and Stables), Kinlet - Shropshire (UA)

Kinlet Hall was built in 1729 and designed by Francis Smith of Warwick. A symmetrical composition constructed in brickwork and consisting of a seven bay block flanked by courtyards with service wings, the Hall is three storeys high with the top storey set above a cornice. The roof is configured as a series of pitched roofs in which only the outer slate-covered slopes are visible from ground level. Four stone capped chimneys project above the ridge line. All of the roof coverings and parapet gutter linings require renewal. High level masonry repairs are also required.

Kinlet Hall (including Office Wings and Stables), Kinlet - Shropshire (UA)
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Site Details

  • Designated Site Name: Kinlet Hall (including Office Wings and Stables)
  • Heritage Category: Listed Building grade I
  • List Entry Number: 1053832
  • Local Planning Authority: Shropshire (UA)
  • Site Type: Domestic > Country house

Location

  • Building Name: Kinlet Hall (including Office Wings and Stables)
  • Unitary Authority: Shropshire (UA)
  • Parish: Kinlet
  • Parliamentary Constituency: Ludlow
  • Region: West Midlands

Assessment Information

  • Assessment Type: Building or structure
  • Condition: Poor
  • Occupancy / Use: Occupied/in use
  • Priority: C - Slow decay; no solution agreed
  • Ownership: Private

Contact Details

John Tiernan 0121 625 6839

Next steps

Read more about this historic site on the National Heritage List for England