New Hall Farm


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New Hall Farm, Old Hall Lane, Woodford, Stockport, SK7 1RN


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Statutory Address:
New Hall Farm, Old Hall Lane, Woodford, Stockport, SK7 1RN

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

Stockport (Metropolitan Authority)
Non Civil Parish
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This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 14/08/2020

SJ 88 SE 10/15

BRAMHALL, Woodford, OLD HALL LANE (southwest side) New Hall Farm

(Formerly listed as New Hall Farmhouse and New Hall Cottage)



II* Farmhouse and adjoining cottage. 1630 on date stone. Coursed rubble plinth, English garden wall bond brick, stone dressings and a graduated stone slate roof. T-shaped baffle-entry plan with two storeys (plus attic). Two bays, the first projecting as the head of the T. Stone plinth and stone quoins.

House-part has six-light double-chamfered mullion and transom window with hoodmould. The door, which is to the right, has a moulded surround with Tudor-arched lintel and elaborate carved panel above with date, Davenport shield and the initials "WDED" (William and Elizabeth Davenport). Bay one has a four-light chamfered mullion and transom window at first floor with leaded lights and hoodmould. Bay two has a small two-light mullion window and a four-light mullion and transom window as above. The gable to bay one is coped with kneelers and has a two-light chamfered mullion attic light surmounted by an arched light above the hoodmould. A similar window appears in the dormer to bay two which has a coped gable with kneelers. Diagonally set ridge chimney shafts at right and left. Timber lean-to addition against left wall and a four-light chamfered mullion and transom window at first floor level and six-light double-chamfered mullion and transom with king mullion at ground. Two five and one six-light mullion and transom windows to rear as well as two two-light mullion windows and a two-light attic window as above.

Interior: ovolo-moulded beams which are carved on three sides and have stepped stops. Oak panelled parlour. C19 partitions detract only from the spatial qualities of the house-part. A remarkably well preserved early example of both brick construction and multi-floored planning.

Listing NGR: SJ8955581395


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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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