A private house, part of which may have been built in the 17th century. Considerable external alterations have been made, but internally a lot of the original structure still remains. Mr Bewley suggests that the premises were at one time associated with Little Hallam Hall. (1)
A Grade II listed early 18th and 19th century house built of red brick with a plain tile roof. It has brick coped gables with plain kneelers, and brick ridge, gable and lateral stacks. It is of three storeys. There are first and second floor and eaves dentil bands. The west elevation is of two gabled bays. The east elevation has a lower 19th century twin gabled projection with irregular fenestration. It has a three-bay south elevation. To the left is a full-height gabled porch. It has a segment-headed doorway to the ground floor with a 20th century door and 20th century window above. (2)
From the National Heritage List for England:
'PARISH OF ILKESTON LITTLE HALLAM HILL SK 44 SE 3/44 (North Side) The Gables II
House. Early C18 and C19. Red brick with plain tile roof. Brick coped gables with plain kneelers. Brick ridge, gable and lateral stacks. Three storeys. First and second floor and eaves dentil bands. West elevation of two gabled bays. Ground floor has a C20 cross window to left, with leaded lights and two small square windows to right. The first floor has to the left a similar cross window with another similar window to the third floor. The right hand bay is blind above the ground floor. Single storey lean-to bay to right. The north elevation has dentil eaves cornice. C20 single storey lean-to. The east elevation has a lower C19 twin gabled projection with irregular fenestration. Three bay south elevation. To the left a full height gabled porch. Segment headed doorway to ground floor with C20 door and C20 window above. Single storey lean-to to left. To the right tripartite segment headed window with C19 sashes. Similar window above. 3-light casement window above again, under flat arch. Lower two storey bay to right has a similar C19 tripartite window to each floor.
Listing NGR: SK4647040546.(2)
Unpublished document: County Treasure Recording Form. 10(g).1, with photos.
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1140441.
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ILKESTON, EREWASH, DERBYSHIRE
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