HEATHER HALL AND ADJOINING OUTBUILDINGS TO REAR

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1074366

Date first listed: 01-Sep-1983

Statutory Address: HEATHER HALL AND ADJOINING OUTBUILDINGS TO REAR, SWEPSTONE ROAD

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Location

Statutory Address: HEATHER HALL AND ADJOINING OUTBUILDINGS TO REAR, SWEPSTONE ROAD

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

County: Leicestershire

District: North West Leicestershire (District Authority)

Parish: Heather

National Grid Reference: SK 38184 10573

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Details

SK 31 SE HEATHER SWEPSTONE ROAD 5/23 Heather Hall and adjoining GV outbuildings to rear.

II

Farmhouse, C18, with C19 additions. Main core is Flemish bond brickwork. 3 storeys, double pile plan with symmetrical facade of 5 bays. Central doorway with semi-circular fanlight and shallow niches to either side. Massive yellow brick parapetted porch added, with paired columns, a heavily fluted Doric. 2 16-light sash windows each side of door with cambered stone heads. 16-light casements to low upper storey and decorative yellow brick panels each side of central window. 2 pavilions added to each side of main block. That on right, of red brick with yellow brick parapet, 2 storeys, with gauged brick heads to sash windows, and string courses, extends back in long 2-storey wing. Pavilion to south formerly 2 storeys, a fanciful gothic addition of c. 1860 - yellow brick with shallow rectangular bay window with triple lancets. 3 gothic windows with foliate capitals to South elevation, and triple lancet with tracery to rear. Interior has richly carved arcading, and, in anteroom, ornate timber vault with detached ribs and central pendant. Yellow brick addition to rear with flamboyant octagonal turret. Behind and adjoining house, a range of outbuildings - single storey yellow brick facade with red brick dressings, heavy parapet and many octagonal turrets. Cornice and arched centrepiece beneath gable. Series of lancet windows and doorways with traceried doors.

Listing NGR: SK3818410573

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