This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SD 52NE CUERDALE (off) CUERDALE LANE
5/1 Cuerdale Hall 25.7.52 - II
Farmhouse, now two dwellings, built C1700, with possible earlier survivals (V.C.H. Lancs, Vol.6, pp. 302-03), but much altered and extended subsequently. Brick and stone with slate roofs. Plan now roughly T-shaped, the west range containing evidence of the earliest building; the east range built later. Two storeys. West range of brick with stone quoins, rendered except on east wall, which has two buttresses to ground floor; large stone doorcase in west face of gabled extension now blocked by internal chimney stack. East range of rendered brick except south wall, which is of coursed stone and has various C19-C20 windows., Some windows in other walls are sashed with glazing bars: 6 on north side, 2 on west side. Interior: pair of very large bridging beams with quarter- round moulding in housepart of west range; 2 dogleg staircases, one with splat balusters, the other now boxed in; panelled wainscot with plain rails and fielded panels in one small upper room. House was once a seat of the Assheton family of Downham and Cuerdale.
Listing NGR: SD5765429429
© Mr K. Foster. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Foster, K.
Rights Holder: Foster, K.
Brick, Render, Slate, Stone, Stuart Farmhouse, Georgian Domestic, Agricultural Dwelling, Dwelling, House, Agriculture And Subsistence, Farm Building, Agricultural Building, Monument (By Form)
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