Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II*

List Entry Number: 1208541

Date first listed: 18-Jun-1959

Statutory Address: LONGFORD HALL


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Statutory Address: LONGFORD HALL

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

District: Telford and Wrekin (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Church Aston

National Grid Reference: SJ7286118225


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This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 16/12/2011

SJ 71NW 24/450 18.6.59 5362


1794-7 by Joseph Bonomi. Large ashlar mansion built by Ralph Leeke. Situated in a landscaped park. Two-storeys. 2:3:2 bays with wide giant pilasters and entablature. The centre 3 bays has porte-cochere with pediment supported on 4 giant Tuscan columns, behind which the tripartite doorway has Tuscan columns in antis and a Diocletian window above. String course at first floor level. Moulded stone architraves to sash windows. Slate hipped roof. Four bay west return. Set back to right (east) 2 bays. Interior: The front door leads into the entrance hall with Grecian frieze and screen of columns supporting pediment in front of the staircase hall. The staircase is in 3 flights with bronze balusters around an open well lit by an oval lantern in a deep cove with fluted spandrels. The drawing and dining rooms retain cornices and double chimney pieces. Large plain rendered rear wing, the north-west wing forming the other side of the courtyard is said to have been destroyed by fire. Reference: Country Life 16/8/1962.

Listing NGR: SJ7286118225


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Legacy System number: 362303

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Books and journals
'Country Life' in 16 August, (1962)

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