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Listed Building: STAVELY HALL (UDC OFFICES) (1334671)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 827, 1, 4
Date assigned Tuesday, March 26, 1974
Date last amended


'This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 7 March 2023 to reformat the text to current standards. SK 4374 1/4 CHURCH STREET (North Side) Staveley Hall (UDC Offices) GV II 1604. The former manor house. Much altered, the front almost wholly late C19 but retaining carved stone Coat of Arms over door dated 1604 and the wing to north roofed with old stone slates. Rear elevation is of two storeys, five windows wide and late C17; wood mullioned transomed windows in rusticated architraves with alternating segmental and pointed pediments, C19 glazing; C19 canted bay window, tiered over two storeys with stone mullions and double transomes; parapets. Two rooms (now the Council Chamber and Ante-room) retain good late C17 or early C18 panelling. C19 work said to be by Sir G G Scott. Originally the home of the Frecheville family, later The Rectory. St John's Church. Churchyard Cross, The School, Staveley Hall, Former stables and coach house of Staveley Hall and Garden Walls of Staveley Hall form a group. Listing NGR: SK4338574904'

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  • Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England.



Grid reference SK 43385 74904 (point)
Map sheet SK47SW

Related Monuments/Buildings (1)

Record last edited

Aug 4 2023 10:34AM

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