SUTTON HALL

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1104907

Date first listed: 20-Dec-1968

Statutory Address: 7, SUTTON HALL DRIVE

Statutory Address: SUTTON HALL, SUTTON HALL DRIVE

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Location

Statutory Address: 7, SUTTON HALL DRIVE

Statutory Address: SUTTON HALL, SUTTON HALL DRIVE

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

District: Cheshire West and Chester (Unitary Authority)

National Grid Reference: SJ 36420 76561

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History

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Details

ELLESMERE PORT & NESTON SUTTON HALL DRIVE SJ 37 NE 2/63 Sutton Hall and 7 Sutton Hall Drive 20.12.68 - II House primarily of early C19 late Georgian/Regency character but with C17 or early C18 core; 2 storeys + attic in roof. 3-window house with late Georgian 1-window easterly extension under same roof. Smooth rendered walls with rusti- cated stone quoins to original house. Flat-roofed projecting Tuscan portico with two columns at front and pilasters at rear. 2-storey semi-circular bays in southern part of west gable and single storey in south front of east extension. Parapet-gabled graded grey stone slate roof with modillioned eaves cornice. Simple rendered chimneys. subwindows and doors recessed. Eared moulded plaster surrounds to window openings. 20-pane double French windows (probably renewals) to main ground floor rooms. 12-pane double-hung sashes to first floor (front). Replacement front door. West elevation: French window to parlour; 24-pane double-hung sash to main staircase with narrow margin panes and horns to bottom rail of upper sash; 12-pane double-hung sash to bedroom; blocked quatrefoil window to attic in gable. East elevation: Georgian double- hung sash and fixed light windows. 5-pane quatrefoil window to attic in gable; replacement door. Rear elevation altered. INTERIOR OF HALL: All ground floor doors have 6 plain panels; panelled casings and good moulded architraves with carved rosettes in top corners; lightly moulded plaster ceiling to SW room, damaged C18 panelled walls to hall; egg and dart cornices; moulded plastered beams to stair well on decorative consoles with Lion's head bases. C19 replace- ment broad open well stair with arched balustrade to first floor. Panelling to dado level on staircase and landing. 6-panel doors to 1st floor bedrooms; 2 modern bathrooms. Staircase to 2nd floor with good turned balusters (1 per step). Square-section chamfered unsawn oak purlins in attic bedrooms. INTERIOR OF 7 SUTTON HALL DRIVE: 6 panel doors to parlour and 1st floor rooms. 4-board ledged and battened doors to 2nd floor rooms. Replacement staircase (C19?) with simple handrail (no balusters).

Listing NGR: SJ3642076561

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 56325

Legacy System: LBS

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