Ollersett Hall Farmhouse is an L-shaped building with gables and low mullioned windows. A datestone of 1529, renewed perhaps from 1629. (1)
A grade II listed, L-shaped, 17th century farmhouse with later additions. It is of two storeys in coursed stone with a Welsh slate roof. It has rusticated quoins. The gable to the left has a four-light mullion window on both storeys, with stone mullions and modern glazing. The door is in a stone surround. There is a similar window on both storeys to the right. A reused datestone of 1529, recut, indicating an original building of 1629. (2)
Ollersett Hall Farm is an extant 17th century farmstead formed of a loose courtyard with two sides of the yard formed of agricultural buildings and additional detached elements to the main plan. The farmhouse is detached with side on to the yard. The site is in an isolated location with one or more of the structural elements dating to the 17th century. All the traditional buildings remain extant. (3, 4, 5, 6)
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. NHLE no: 1088118.
Digital data: Historic England. 2016. Peak District National Park Historic Farmsteads Project: Digital Dataset.
Unpublished document: Historic England. 2016. Peak District National Park Historic Farmsteads Project: Character Statements.
Unpublished document: Historic England. 2016. Peak District National Park Historic Farmsteads Project: Project Report.
Unpublished document: Historic England. 2016. Peak District National Park Historic Farmsteads Project: Design Guidance.
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Centred SK 0124 8555 (15m by 18m) (Centre)
NEW MILLS, HIGH PEAK, DERBYSHIRE
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