(SK 41207653) The Hagge (named on map) (1) Hagge Farm is a small, very tall symmetrical house with square porch projection between two gables bays, built in 1630. (2) Hagge Farm (so-called by the occupier and on the name-plate) is a large four-storied stone building of 17th c. date (see photographs). (3)
The Hagge, said to have been built in 1630 for Sir Peter Frecheville, is a lofty country mansion of coursed stone rubble with gables and three storeys plus attic. The original front elevation to south has a three storey projecting porch. Grade 2*. A contemporary coursed rubble wall surrounds the garden on the south side with an arched gateway facing the porch. There is also a good range of farm buildings, C17 and later, 1 and 2 storeys, coped gable ends, mostly stone tiles but some red pantiles. Buildings and wall are also listed, Grade II. (4) Tall symmetrical house, with 3 storeys and an attic, 6 stone mullioned windows to each storey, of 2 and 3 lights. (5) Additional sources. (6-8)
Map: Ordnance Survey (OS). 1914-38. OS 6".
Bibliographic reference: Pevsner, N. 1953. The Buildings of England: Derbyshire, 1st edition. p129.
Bibliographic reference: F1 WCW 10-MAY-60.
Bibliographic reference: DOE (HHR) Staveley UD Derby Mar 1974 5.
Bibliographic reference: Bagshaw, S. 1846. History, Gazetteer and Directory of Derbyshire. 668.
Bibliographic reference: Cameron, K. 1957. 'The Place Names of Derbyshire', English Place Names Survey. p 301.
Bibliographic reference: Court, A. 1948. Staveley: Some Historical Notes, 2nd edition. p26-7.
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STAVELEY, CHESTERFIELD, DERBYSHIRE
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