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County Durham (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference:
NZ 08198 12433



6/57 Eastwood Hall


House. Late C17, perhaps incorporating earlier work in west wing; east wing dated 1841 with initials T.W. on rainwater head. Coursed rubble, east wing roughly-squared stone; cut dressings. Graduated Lakeland slate roof except for Welsh slates on east wing. East wing in free Tudor style.

South elevation: 2 storeys + attics; late C17 main block 3 bays. Left lower pent l-bay section is the front of a longer wing, wider at the back. Right l-bay cross-gabled 1841 wing. Main block: between left bays an old studded flush-panelled door under segmental arch, in stone surround with moulded imposts and keystone. 12-pane sash windows in architraves to lower floors; single stone-surround attic window above door; eaves heightened in Cl9. Coped gables on moulded kneelers; stepped-and-corniced ridge and end stacks. Left 2-storey pent projection with old half-glazed door, 3-pane overlight and 12-pane sash above; coping and moulded kneeler. Projecting right wing with chamfered plinth, 3-light transomed window with hoodmould, 2-light lst-floor window with cornice, and small lancet under coped gable with moulded kneelers and finial.

Right return shows narrow recessed centre bay with half-glazed leaded door and overlight beneath quatrefoil window. Left 2-light transomed window beneath corbelled-out gabled half-dormer; cross-gabled right bay has transomed 4-light bay window with embattled parapet, 2-light 1st floor window and small attic lancet. Stepped-and-corniced ridge and right end stacks.

Rear elevation: Gabled service wing has paired 12-pane sashes under 9-pane casement. To right an arched stair window, with radial glazed head, in stone surround. Far right west wing with irregular long quoins:

Interior: West ground-floor room has fireplace in moulded stone surround with fluted keystone. Stone open-well stair with C19 turned balusters. 1st floor of old part has 2-panel doors throughout and moulded stone fireplaces. East wing has Gothic stone-panelled fireplaces on ground floor. West wing has a large C18 corniced stone fireplace, and a newel stair at the front.

Listing NGR: NZ0819812433


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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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