Building record MDR3502 - Ashford Hall, Ashford in the Water

Type and Period (5)

  • (Georgian to Victorian - 1785 AD to 1900 AD)
  • (Georgian to Victorian - 1800 AD to 1900 AD)
  • (Georgian to Victorian - 1750 AD to 1900 AD)
  • (Victorian - 1850 AD to 1900 AD)
  • (Georgian to Victorian - 1750 AD to 1900 AD)

Protected Status/Designation

Full Description

(SK 20006977) Ashford Hall. (1). A small but grand house in the Palladian manner built in about 1785. It is tall and four-square and is two and a half storeys. Behind the house is a small stable block and a gardener's house. (2,4). Ashford Hall, Grade II* Listed Building. A small Country House dating from c.1785, with additions made in c.1840. It is constructed of ashlar with gritstone dressings and has coursed squared gritstone to the sides and rear. The roof is slate behind a balustered parapet. The building has stone ridge stacks and a bracketed eaves cornice. There are five bays and three storeys. The mid 19th century terrace, steps and walls to the south-east of Ashford Hall are also listed, Grade II, as is the late 18th century stableblock, the gate piers and attached walls south of the stableblock, and the early 19th century cartshed. (3).

Sources/Archives (4)

  • <1> Map: 1974. OS 1:10000.
  • <2> Bibliographic reference: Pevsner, N. 1979. The Buildings of England: Derbyshire. 2nd ed., revised. p66.
  • <3> Bibliographic reference: DOE(HHR) Dist of West Derbyshire, July 1984. DDR3329.
  • <4> Unpublished document: Taylor, H (PDNPA). 1998. Ashford Hall, Ashford and Bakewell, Derbyshire, archaeological survey. Feature 1, p 13.



Grid reference Centred SK 1997 6977 (111m by 107m) (Centre)

Related Monuments/Buildings (0)

Related Events/Activities (1)

  • EDR4085

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Record last edited

Aug 27 2015 10:53AM

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