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© Mrs Barbara A West LRPS

IoE Number: 335427
Location: SUGWORTH HALL, SUGWORTH ROAD (east side)
Photographer: Mrs Barbara A West LRPS
Date Photographed: 13 September 1999
Date listed: 08 August 1985
Date of last amendment: 08 August 1985
Grade II

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SK28NWBRADFIELDSUGWORTH ROAD(east side)12/104Sugworth Hall

SK28NW BRADFIELD SUGWORTH ROAD (east side) 12/104 Sugworth Hall II Farmhouse now country home. C17 core extensively reworked C19, with c1930 tower wing, probably by E. Vincent Harris, for Charles Boot. Coursed, squared sandstone and gritstone, the earlier work of superior finish, some later work herringbone-tooled. Stone slate roofs, ashlar stacks. L-shaped C17 range with hall wing to right and crosswing to rear projecting to left, the angle infilled, and with tower to rear right. 2 storeys with 3-storey tower. Entrance front: 3 first floor windows. C17 gabled bay to right has double-chamfered mullion windows, on ground floor of 3 lights, and of 2 lights covered by C20 lead sundial, all under continuous dripmould; and on 1st floor of 5 lights under hoodmould. Panel above, carved with lion and crossed hatchets and the motto 'DEO NON FORTUNA' under dripstone. Late C19 part to left has 2-storey projecting gabled bay with mullion and transom windows and on its right a projecting single-storey porch with panelled door under Tudor-arched fanlight with carved spandrels. Single-light window above porch. Ground floor dripmould continues from C17 bay. Moulded kneelers and gable copings. Corniced stack to left end and to ridge of hall wing. Right return: Original baffle-entry door to left has arched lintel. 2-storey bay added to right. Continuous dripmould raised over door. Tower to right has embattled corner turret with well-dressed oriel balcony, 2-storey canted bay with mullion and transom windows to rear, and flat roof. Interior: C17 hall: spliced spine beam indicates position of baffle-entry against former smoke hood and heck wall, and correlates to door in right wall. C20 wing attached to rear left corner of range not of special interest.

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