Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1132097

Date first listed: 10-Sep-1954

Statutory Address: THE OLD HALL, MAIN STREET


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Statutory Address: THE OLD HALL, MAIN STREET

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

County: North Yorkshire

District: Craven (District Authority)

Parish: Threshfield


National Grid Reference: SD 98899 63555


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THRESHFIELD MAIN STREET SD 9863-9963 (west side, off) 9/109 The Old Hall 10.9.54 II Remains of a house, now outbuilding. C16 probably for the Radcliffe family, rebuilt probably mid- late C19. Gritstone, graduated stone slate roof. A square, single-storey building with entrance on the gabled north-east side. Quoins. Entrance front: board door left, in deeply-chamfered quoined surround with shallow Tudor arch. Window to right of 4 (left light blocked) plus 3 round-headed lights with cavetto moulded mullions and deeply cut spandrels. Similar window to right return, of 4 lights, a 2- light window of reused masonry to left return. Short stone stack to rear gable. Interior: cast-iron range in plain stone surround to fireplace on left of rear wall. No internal partitions. The roof supported by a C19 king post truss using cast-iron bolts. Meat hooks fastened to the cross- beam. The masonry of the north-east (entrance) and north-west walls, (those with the early windows) is better dressed and coursed than the south-east, suggesting that they are the surviving walls of the home of the Radcliffes. Rafe Radcliffe, son of Anthony, was chosen High Constable of the Wapentake of Staincliffe in 1595/6 and was 'of Threshfield Hall" in 1607. A. Raistrick, Old Yorkshire Dales, 1967, p91. T.D. Whitaker, History of Craven, 1805, p556.

Listing NGR: SD9889963555


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Legacy System number: 324866

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Books and journals
Raistrick, A, Old Yorkshire Dales, (1967), 91
Whitaker, T D, The History and Antiquities of the Deanery of Craven, (1805), 556

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