A detailed view of a sculptured segmental pediment above one of the ground floor windows of Kettlethorpe Hall
- Kettlethorpe Hall, Wakefield
- Photograph (Negative)
The house is dated 1727 on a keystone in the first floor. The front elevation has two storeys and five bays, and is flanked by a single storey bay on either side. The door is in the central bay and the house has a large parapet with urn finials at the corners. In the centre of the roof is a chimney, surrounded by four columns and linked by an entablature, or horizontal beam found in Classical architecture.
© Historic England Archive
Photographer: Wood, George Bernard
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