HEADLANDS HALL

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1135408

Date first listed: 12-Jan-1967

Statutory Address: HEADLANDS HALL, ROBERTTOWN LANE

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: HEADLANDS HALL, ROBERTTOWN LANE

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

District: Kirklees (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SE 20205 23311

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Details

SE 22 SW SPENBOROUGH MB ROBERTTOWN LANE LIVERSEDGE 4/161 12/1/67 Headlands Hall

II

Large detached house. Probably 1690 incorporating some timber framing. Altered. Built for Josiah and Elizabeth Farrier. Hammer dressed stone. Stone slate many gabled roof with chamfered copings and ornamental finials at eaves and apexes. 2 storeys. C-shaped plan, the rear wing to left having been truncated and has hipped roof. The entrance front is symmetrical with gable to left and right each with blind 2-light double chamfered window. Central door with single light over and large 2-light window to left and right both floors are all of mid-late C.19. Reset lintel reads F I E Drip mouldings, though broken at doorway and at 1st floor windows, still remain. Left elevation has projecting chimney breast, cross window to staircase, two 2-light windows and two, altered 3-light windows, all double chamfered. Right elevation has various 2 and 3-light, one 5-light double chamfered window one with hood mould continuing from front with round stop with carved face. Two C.20 oriel windows.

Interior: Left parlour has oak panelling and C.17 plasterwork. The frieze has paired griffons, and ceiling has lozenge decorated with vines. Large vaulted cellars.

Listing NGR: SE2020523311

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 341068

Legacy System: LBS

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