Hazelbadge Hall retains the steep pitched gable, the narrow Tudor arched windows, and the ashlar wall face typical of the medieval period. (1).
SK 1717 8001: Hazlebadge Hall. (2)
The Hall is of two storeys with plastered stone walls and slated roofs. Datestone of 1549 on the west gable. Grade 2 listed. (3). The windows are located in the west gable of the hall together with a datestone 1549. (See GP AO/65/95/3). The remainder of the building is 17th century and modern. (4)
Rectangular building with 5 and 6 light mullioned windows. The west gable carries the date 1549 and the arms of the Vernon and Swynnerton families. The accompanying barns are probably 16th century. (5)
Much reduced house dated 1549 with five and six light mullioned windows. The manor was an early patrimony of the Strelleys of Strelley. (7)
Bibliographic reference: Chapman, E W. 1928. Journal of the Royal Institute of British Architects. 3rd Series, vol.35.. p 700, photograph.
Bibliographic reference: Craven, M & Stanley, M. 1982. The Derbyshire Country House, Volume I. p 40.
Photograph: Peak District National Park Authority (PDNPA). Slide Collection. 7615.1-4.
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HAZLEBADGE, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE
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