A Grade II listed early 19th century former gatehouse to Duffield Hall [SMR19420] that is now offices. It is a two-story building to an L-shaped plan, built of red brick, coursed squared sandstone and sandstone ashlar, with a plain tile roof and stone coped gables with plain kneelers, a stone gable chimney-stack and a moulded eaves cornice to the west. The west elevation is of three bays with a gable to the right, ashlar faced, with a central elliptical carriage arch with alternately raised voussoirs and 20th century glazed doors flanked on each side by three-light square section flush-mullion windows. There are two similar windows above, and either side of a single light round-arched window with a projecting impost and keyblocks. The brick south elevation has stone quoins, the centre bay advanced and gabled, with four glazing-bar sash windows to the ground floor and one above. The east elevation has iron-framed casement windows. The gable end to the road is flush to it, with stone walls extending about 20ft to the north and south. (1)
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. NHLE No. 1109121.
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Centred SK 3454 4309 (16m by 25m)
DUFFIELD, AMBER VALLEY, DERBYSHIRE
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