Listed Building: BIGGIN HALL (1087837)

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Grade II*
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 228, 10, 86
Date assigned Friday, August 10, 1951
Date last amended


House, now guest house. c1642, altered in C19, restored in 1980s. Coursed limestone rubble with gritstone dressings and large quoins. Ground and first floor moulded drip bands. Slate roof with stone ridge. Stone coped gables with moulded kneelers, Massive stone central ridge stack with moulded bands. Two storeys plus attics, two bay front. Baffle entrance plan. Tall projecting staircase turret to rear. South east elevation - off-centre doorcase with massive rusticated quoining. Plank door. To north, 4-light chamfered mullion window with segmental headed lights and central major mullion. Remains of similar window to south but blocked in and replaced by glazing bar sash in flush surround. Above, to north, 6-light window, similar to that below and similar 4-light window to south. All mullion windows have central iron bars and leaded lights, probably C20. To north, corner lead gutter with hopper head of 1743. North and south elevations have similar segmental arched 2-light windows. Interior - oak panel baffle on entry. Fireplace lintel dated 1642. Stone flagged rooms. Original stone stairs in rear stair turret.

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Grid reference SK 15172 59570 (point)
Map sheet SK15NE

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Nov 27 2013 3:51PM

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