Listed Building: KNOLL H0USE (1247942)

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Grade II*
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 668, 8, 148
Date assigned Friday, September 5, 1969
Date last amended


Dated 1788. Ashlar; 3 storeys; 2 3-light mullioned windows and a single-light window, all in plain surrounds with single glazing bars; square-headed central doorway with rusticated quoins, double keyblock and lintel carved with ornaments and initials and surmounted by an enriched carved panel and moulded cornice; modern or restored 4-panel door with half-round glazed top panel. The 3rd storey has a small central arched niche with fluted pilasters at sides, the arch inscribed with above date; quoins at sides; coped gable ends with kneelers and large acorn finials: end stone stacks; plain eaves; slates. Interior has 2 carved stone chimney-pieces both dated 1788. Recently well restored. Listing NGR: SK3217260139

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Grid reference SK 32172 60139 (point)
Map sheet SK36SW

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Nov 17 2015 4:22PM

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