Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II*

List Entry Number: 1053799

Date first listed: 09-Mar-1970

Date of most recent amendment: 05-Aug-1988

Statutory Address: DETTON HALL


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Statutory Address: DETTON HALL

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Shropshire (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Neen Savage

National Grid Reference: SO 66722 79574


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In the entry for

35/7 NEEN SAVAGE Detton Hall

The grade shall be amended to read: II* (star)

The description shall be amended to read:

Substantial farmhouse, formerly probably manor house, c1600 and later C17 with minor later alterations. Timber-frame and coursed rubble stone. Some red brick with stone dressings. Plain-tile roof with brick and stone ridge and massive lateral stacks with star-plan twin, triple and quadruple flues. Hall and cross- wings plan. 2 storeys and attic. 4-window range in all. Timber-framed range to right of c1600 with a hall and cross-wing range added to its left side when an earlier hall on its right side was probably demolished. Hall range has porch with door within and small casement to upper right and 3-light casement over. Timber framing is covered by corrugated iron and then hanging shingles . To left a lean-to. To further left a stone cross-wing, gable facing, with door, window, 3-light casement over and 2-light in attic. Further to left a dairy with granary over. The cross-wing to right has 3-light cross window to ground floor and similar to first floor which is jettied. Small attic window. At the junction point to left a projection has further casements. The close-studded framing on wing right side appears to show blocked doorways. 3-light casement to first floor. Rear of cross-wing is of stone, possibly covering framing. 3-light windows on both floors and boarded attic window. The hall range is set back with the massive cross-wing stack, then the main staircase projection, which has part-glazed door with hood, and wooden cross window above, and then two 3-light casements over lean-to and further 3-light. To centre right the secondary staircase projection with cross-window and attic 2-light. Gable to right has further 2- and 3-light windows and lean-to. Interior. little altered. Hall has chamfered wall posts and beams with ogee stops. Partly blocked massive open fireplace with moulded bressumer and stone jambs. Cross-wing has deeply chamfered beams, dragon beams next to hall range, C17 oak panelling in bedrooms and partly in drawing room, and original roof and moulded doorway in attic. Main open-well staircase of c1600 from ground floor to attic has elongated pierced strapwork panels and carved newels. Late C17 secondary newel staircase from ground floor to attic. Several further open fireplaces including one in the hall range attic. Original roof. 2 ovolo-moulded wood mullioned windows on first floor. (Buildings of England: Shropshire: p119).


1. 1954 NEEN SAVAGE Detton Hall SO 67 NE 35/7 9.3.70.


2. Tudor manor farm. South facade has C17 stone gables; mullioned windows. To the west is a wing with closely spaced vertical half-timbering; herring- bone brick nogging; heavy overhang; moulded bressummer. North side restored with vertical cedar shingling. Old tiled roof with tall brick chimneys and coupled stacks. Original oak well-stair, panelling and framed partitions.

Listing NGR: SO6672279574


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Legacy System number: 254863

Legacy System: LBS


Books and journals
Pevsner, N, The Buildings of England: Shropshire, (1958), 119

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