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Listed Building: BOWDEN HALL (1334796)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 178, 4, 5
Date assigned Thursday, October 25, 1951
Date last amended


SK 08 SE TOWN OF CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH BOWDEN LANE 4/5 (South Side) 25.10.51 Bowden Hall GV II House, c1844. Architect - Richard Lane of Manchester. Gritstone ashlar. Slate roofs with leaded ridges. Elaborately banded and chamfered stone side wall and ridge stacks. Moulded stone coping to gables. Two storeys, plus attics, three bays, in Tudor Gothic style. South elevation - double gabled facade with central advanced two storey gabled porch. Four-centred arched doorcase in porch with deeply chamfered surround. Moulded dripmould over, continued to side to form stringcourse. Quadripartite vault with central foliate boss. Similar inner doorcase with glazed double doors with cusped tracery panels. Fanlight with similar style tracery over. To east, tripartite window with margin light sashes and dripmould over. To west,canted bay window with similar sashes on three sides. Low parapet wall with moulded copings over. Above, in porch, four-centred arched, 2-light window with dripmould. Margin-light sashes. Similar flat headed window to east and two similar to west. In east gable, a blank plaque; in west gable, single light window. To extreme east, a later extension in sympathetic style. Interior in same style - cast iron cusped baluster staircase. Fireplace with 4-centred arch and cusped panels to sides. Listing NGR: SK0673681702

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Grid reference SK 06736 81702 (point)
Map sheet SK08SE

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Jul 11 2007 3:29PM

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