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SJ 53 NE 5/1 29.9.51

IGHTFIELD C.P. Ightfield Hall (Formerly listed as Ightfield Manor)


Farmhouse. Probably late C17 altered and extended in the early C19 and further altered and refenestrated in the late C19. Red brick with plain tile roof. T-plan. 2 storeys and attic. Beaded wooden fascia, parapeted gable ends with sandstone copings and shaped stone kneelers, and integral brick end stacks (rebuilt above roof in the late C19). 3 hipped eaves dormers with 2-light wooden casements. 3 bays; late C19 glazing bar sashes (upper leaf with small panes and lower leaf with large panes) with stone cills and slightly segmental heads. Central C19 four-panelled door (lower panels beaded flush and upper panels glazed) with rectangular overlight and late C19 timber framed gabled porch on chamfered brick plinth. Rear wing with external brick lateral stack, central brick stack off ridge to south-west, and parapeted gable end with chamfered grey sandstone coping and shaped stone kneelers. Reset strapwork datestone to south-east inscribed: "1672". Interior not inspected but owner (October 1986) reports oak staircase with large turned balusters. The rear wing has been extended, probably in the early C19 (see straight joint). The house stands within a moated site, still partly filled with water at time of survey. It forms part of a complete farmstead group including a timber framed barn (q.v.) and stable (q.v.).

Listing NGR: SJ5997739380


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

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