DRAPER'S HALL

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II*

List Entry Number: 1076660

Date first listed: 10-May-1957

Statutory Address: DRAPER'S HALL, BAYLEY LANE

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: DRAPER'S HALL, BAYLEY LANE

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

District: Coventry (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SP 33631 78951

Summary

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Reasons for Designation

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History

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Details

1. 5105 BAYLEY LANE ----------- Draper's Hall SP 3378 NE 1/10 10.5.57

II*

2. Distinguished early C19 Neoclassical design in ashlar. Architects: T Rickman and H W Hutchinson. 1832 with wing on east 1964. Ashlar front with low projecting bay containing 3 sash windows and portico in antis with Ionic columns. 1 storey tall main block has ashlar front with 4 wreaths to frieze, cornice, parapet with central shield and supporters. Fine interior with many original features, including decorative plaster ceilings, doorways with ornate consoles, fluted cornice, chimneypieces with anthemion motif, top lit ballroom with Dorico pilasters, elaborate overmantel. The most interesting building of its period in the City.

Descriptive notes, second line, should be amended to read: "1832 with wing on east1864".

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1. 5105 BAYLEY LANE ----------- Draper's Hall SP 3378 NE 1/10 10.5.57.

II*

2. Distinguished early C19 Neoclassical design in ashlar. Architects: T Rickman and H W Hutchinson. 1832 with wing on east 1964. Ashlar front with low projecting bay containing 3 sash windows and portico in antis with Ionic columns. 1 storey tall main block has ashlar front with 4 wreaths to frieze, cornice, parapet with central shield and supporters. Fine interior with many original features, including decorative plaster ceilings, doorways with ornate consoles, fluted cornice, chimneypieces with anthemion motif, top lit ballroom with Doric pilasters, elaborate overmantel. The most interesting building of its period in the city.

Listing NGR: SP3363378939

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 218412

Legacy System: LBS

End of official listing