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IoE Number: 436535
Location: CRESKELD HALL, CRESKELD LANE (west side)
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Date Photographed: N/A
Date listed: 06 February 1952
Date of last amendment: 06 February 1952
Grade II

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ARTHINGTONCRESKELD LANESE 24 SELS 21(west side)6/91Creskeld Hall6.2.1952

ARTHINGTON CRESKELD LANE SE 24 SE LS 21 (west side) 6/91 Creskeld Hall 6.2.1952 - II Large house. Of various builds, mostly C19, but with nucleus (kitchen wing and chapel) which may be late medieval in origin, much altered. Irregular plan round a small courtyard with kitchen wing forming the west range and former chapel the north range. Two storeys; entrance front on each side has inter alia, a C19 two-storey porch in Jacobean style, with crosswindow at 1st floor above the door, gable coping with ball finial and kneelers; otherwise, the exterior is of less interest. Interior: kitchen wing contains large kitchen with massive stop-chamfered lateral beams, slightly smaller but otherwise similar secondary beams, and stop-chamfered joists; a large projecting chimney breast with chamfered segmental-headed fireplace; and an inserted panelled partition wall (probably C19). Former chapel, altered as billiard room and now of less interest. History: in 1240 Hugo de Creskeld granted the manor to the Abbots of Kirkstall. Item formerly known as "Kirkskill Hall".

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