COLE HALL FARMHOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1075632

Date first listed: 21-Feb-1980

Statutory Address: COLE HALL FARMHOUSE, COLE HALL LANE B33

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: COLE HALL FARMHOUSE, COLE HALL LANE B33

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

District: Birmingham (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SP 14661 88176

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History

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Details

COLE HALL LANE 1. 5104 Shard End B33 Cole Hall Farmhouse SF 18 NW 8/3 21.2.80 II 2. Probably of C17 origin and may well have been half timbered but recased-remodelled in the early to mid C18. Two storeys and attic, red brick. Steep gable end clay tile roof with flanking chimney stacks. Three dormers, the central one gabled, the others hip-roofed. Five bays to front, originally symmetrical. Brick plat bands over ground and first floor and dentil brick course to eaves. Four windows to ground floor, one only 2 panes wide; first floor with 4 windows and a blank bay; left hand windows closer set; all windows sashes in flush frames, glazing bars on first floor only, under slightly cambered brick arches. Inside the staircase runs the full height of house and is in a contemporary style but may well have been largely reconstructed in the early C20. To rear lower, 2 storeys, south east wing, partly pebbledashed, with casement windows, and a north-east 2 storey wing, almost detached and nearly as tall as the main house, brick cased with plat band. The south west gable end has purlin ends exposed and the structure may be partly of timber- frame origin.



Listing NGR: SP1466188176

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 216972

Legacy System: LBS

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