Building record MDR7703 - Boat house and summer house, Snelston Hall , Snelston

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Boat house with summer house above. It was built in 1907 probably by P. Lockwood for the Stantons of Snelston Hall. It is rendered stone with stone dressings and a plain tile roof with an external rendered gable chimney stack to the east and a central gable with finial and pendant. It is a single bay and single storey plus a basement. The Boat house below has a semi-circular rusticated arch with a central rusticated pier dividing to form a Y near the top. The summer house above has pointed glazed double doors with a hoodmould above and across the lower half of the doors is a balcony. Above is a gable with a diamond shaped date-stone inscribed '1907'. (1)

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <1> Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. List entry number 1204819.



Grid reference Centred SK 15694 43516 (4m by 3m)

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Jun 26 2015 10:25AM

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