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Statutory Address:

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Rutland (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SK 97035 16435



SK 91 NE BRADLEY LANE (East side)

4/29 Clipsham Hall



Country House of c1700 with wall of 1582 and mid C19 additions. Ashlar with plinth and high hipped Collyweston slate roof. 4 moulded ashlar ridge stacks. Very small parapet and moulded cornice. 2½ storeys. Entrance front of 10 1/1 sash windows with moulded stone frames and keystones. Central section altered mid C19 to break forward with 3 windows under a pediment with cartouche of arms in tympanum. Below is a semi-circular open porch with 4 Roman Doric columns up 2 stone steps. Above the modillion cornice 3 carved stone crests of a head and 2 heraldic animals. Doorway has pediment, cushion frieze and part glazed door. On the roof 6 dormers with 6/6 sash windows. On left end a sash window both floors and 2 further sashes to mid C19 1 storey extension to rear. Right end has further windows, 2 blocked mullion windows and a stone tablet with a coat of arms and 1582. Rear or garden front, has a portion centre left where the main roof breaks forward hipped as in the French style. Right side stack, 4/4 sash dormer to front and similar to left side. Below a slightly pro- jecting central section with a sash both floors either side. This section has a Venetian door motif with a door of 2 part-glazed leaves, fanlight over, and a 4/4 sash either side. Impost band. Over this doorway is a sill band and a 6/6 sash within an elaborate pedimented frame. The pediment at parapet level contains stone cartouche of arms. To left of central portion a 2 storey projection with flat roof, further sashes and dormer on roof behind. To right 2 sashes both floors and a dormer over. On extreme right the mid C19 addition of 1 storey with low hipped roof, left projecting stack and large canted bay, with sash windows. Inside some contemporary features remain.

Listing NGR: SK9703516435


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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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