NEW HALL

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1055922
Date first listed:
25-Apr-1988
Statutory Address:
NEW HALL, B 5068

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Location

Statutory Address:
NEW HALL, B 5068

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

District:
Shropshire (Unitary Authority)
Parish:
Ellesmere Rural
National Grid Reference:
SJ 34734 36612

Details

ELLESMERE RURAL C.P. B.5068 (south side) SJ 33 NW 3/88 New Hall - - II Farmhouse, now house. C14 or C15, remodelled C17 and late C19 with later additions and alterations. Roughcast brick encapsulating timber frame; slate roof. Long hall range, formerly open to roof, in 4 or 5 framed bays with cross-wing added to left in C17; twin-gabled range to rear on right is probably also C17, but may be earlier;late C19 gabled range projecting to front on right. 2 storeys. Late C19 horned 4-paned sashes, 2 to each floor, to right gabled range and late C19 casements, also 2 to each floor, to left gabled range, all windows with segmental heads. Open lean-to supported on brick pillars between gabled ranges has windows beneath to left and right (latter infilled) of C17 nail-studded plank door with fleur-de-lys painted strap hinges, which marks position of original cross passage. Prominent integral lateral stack with top rebuilt in late C19 or early C20 brick to front wall of hall range immediately to left of left gabled range and large extruded external stack with C20 shaft to back wall of hall range. Twin-gabled range to rear has integral end stack to right gable; C20 stack to left of right gabled range in angle with hall range. Late C19 brick lean-to to left of left gabled range. Interior. Several C17 chamfered - ceiling beams to ground-floor rooms and timber frame in right wall of cross-passage. Repositioned staircase (possibly originally of open-well type) has late C17 barleysugar balusters, moulded handrail and carved decoration to newels and risers; C17 rectangular oak panelling below is also not in situ. Parts of collar and tie beam trusses of hall range exposed on first floor but more visible in roof space with extensive smoke blackening towards right end, especially around possible former louvre at junction between hall range and left gable of twin-gabled rear range. Through purlins and straight windbraces. There is no smoke blackening in roof to left of cross-passage suggesting that this part has always had a first floor and was probably the service end. Collar and tie beam trusses also to left gabled range (C17 cross-wing).

Listing NGR: SJ3473436612

Legacy

The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number:
260788
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

End of official listing

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Date: 29 Mar 2004
Reference: IOE01/11768/17
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Les White. Source Historic England Archive
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