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© Mr Richard Summers

IoE Number: 271451
Photographer: Mr Richard Summers
Date Photographed: 17 October 2007
Date listed: 16 June 1953
Date of last amendment: 16 June 1953
Grade I

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PATSHULL C.P.PATSHULL PARKSJ 80 SW7/145Patshull Hall and N.W. and16.6.53N.E. wings to north forecourt

PATSHULL C.P. PATSHULL PARK SJ 80 SW 7/145 Patshull Hall and N.W. and 16.6.53 N.E. wings to north forecourt G.V. I Country House. c1750. by James Gibbs, extended later in C18 and again in mid to late C19 and altered. Ashlar with hipped slate roofs. North Front: 3 storeys on basement with modillion cornice and parapet; 2:7:2 bays, outer balustraded turrets projecting from corners; 7 bay part has 3 bay central pedimented break. Mostly plate glass sashes in moulded architraves; cornices to ground floor windows and to first floor of turrets; turrets have balustraded panels below first floor windows; small mezzanine windows to outer bays of central block, continued as decorated panels in centre. Projecting pedimented mid C19 Doric porch to arched doorway, with enriched tympanum; flanked by balustrades to front areas. Lower 2 storey hipped former coach house and stable wings frame forecourt. 3:1:2 bays with large rusticated, roughly central entries above which are pedimented dormers; glazing bar sashes. Set back links with ancilliary wings to outer N.W. and N.E., contain niches to match rear of triumphal gateway (q.v.). South Front: 3 storeys with corbelled cornice and parapet; 2:3:2 windows, the central block projects slightly; plate glass sashes; 3 centre first floor windows are round headed with raised key stones and panelled pilasters; small mezzanine windows to outer blocks continued across centre as blind panels; external pelmets to first and third floor windows; French casements to left of central solid verandah and flanking stairs, supported on rusticated piers. Interior: Entrance Hall: fluted Ionic pilasters to walls; modillioned cornice with egg and dart moulding; decorative plaster ceiling; fireplace in south wall with enriched Coadestone surround and blind pedimented panel above with scrolls in each side; marble top stands to each side of entrance on console brackets; doors to east and west both with moulded cornice and enriched frieze; door in south wall with modillioned pediment on console brackets and enriched frieze leads to the Saloon: tall round headed windows to south facing balcony; large plaster panels to walls for former paintings; console brackets to heavily decorated plaster ceiling; door to east and west both with moulded cornice. Staircase Hall: magnificent open well staircase with twisted balusters, pendants and orb finials to newels. There are several service staircases with turned balusters; several fireplaces with marble surrounds and much moulded plasterwork, egg and dart being the most prevalent type of moulding.

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