Listed Building: YEARDSLEY HALL (1088088)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 912, 5, 5
Date assigned Monday, September 19, 1977
Date last amended


Yeardsley Hall GV 2. A large irregular house of C16 or early C17 origins with C18 wing and later alterations. Main elevation is of 2 storeys in stone with stone parapet, reroofed in slate and with 3 diagonal-set chimney stacks forming a feature. The side elevation has a C16 or early C17 gable and an 8-light mullion and transom window. Other windows mostly with stone surrounds, 2 above 2 to the wing dated 1704 on the rainwater head. Segmental-headed entry to porch in angle. String courses. Coped gable ends with kneelers. Later work to rear. Formerly the home of the Jodrell family. Contains some original roof timbering panelling. Listing NGR: SK0061283035

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Grid reference SK 00612 83035 (point)
Map sheet SK08SW

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May 12 2010 9:36AM

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