THE BROOMLANDS

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1137003

Date first listed: 05-Sep-1986

Statutory Address: THE BROOMLANDS, BIRCHALL MOSS LANE

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: THE BROOMLANDS, BIRCHALL MOSS LANE

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

District: Cheshire East (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Hatherton

National Grid Reference: SJ 68186 46606

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Details

HATHERTON C.P. BIRCHALL MOSS LANE SJ 64 NE 4/30 The Broomlands

GV II

Country House. Mid C19. Rendered brick having a slate roof with lead flashings. Two storeys. Garden front: five bays symmetrically disposed. The central bay has French windows to the ground floor with a 2-light casement window to the first floor with a stone sill. To either side are shallow bows each incorporating two bays with French windows to the ground floor and 2-light casement windows to the first floor similar to that at the centre. To the left is a recessed wing with a triple window to the ground floor and two 2-light casements to the first floor. To the right is a further wing which is further recessed but essentially similar having a tripartite ground floor window and two 2-light first floor casement windows. A later doorway has been inserted at left of the ground floor window. The right hand side (entrance front) has a colonnade porchway at left with three openings divided by ashlar Doric columns with antae to the sides. To the right of this is a 2-light ground floor casement window and to the right again a pair of French windows. The first floor has two 2-light casement windows at left and a 3-light window at right, all with painted ashlar sills. Interior: The house is now divided into three dwellings but the original plan remains largely unaltered. The entrance hall has a round-headed archway supported on Doric columns between which runs a single flight wooden staircase with barley-sugar balusters, a moulded handrail and newels in the form of greyhounds gardant holding cartouches each showing a leopard gardant in relief. To the left of the staircase is a through passageway, now blocked, with ribbed plaster vaulting. Two ground floor rooms have white marble chimney pieces with flowers and ribbons in relief. One first floor room has a Gothick chimney piece. The first floor landing has two basket arched doorways with moulded wooden surrounds. The right hand wing (viewed from the garden front) appears to be a later addition incorporating a dining room to the ground floor and a nursery wing above. The left hand wing may have been added at the same time.

Listing NGR: SJ6818646606

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Legacy System number: 57108

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