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IoE Number: 457631
Location: SLADE HALL, SLADE LANE (east side)
  MANCHESTER, MANCHESTER, GREATER MANCHESTER
Photographer: Mr John Riley
Date Photographed: 01 January 2005
Date listed: 25 February 1952
Date of last amendment: 25 February 1952
Grade II*

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MANCHESTER SJ89SE SLADE LANE, Longsight 698-1/9/737 (East side) 25/02/52 Slade Hall (Formerly Listed as: SLADE LANE, Levenshulme (East side) Slade Hall) II* Small manor house, now Housing Association offices. Dated 1585 over doorway; enlarged, restored and altered. Timber frame on stone plinth, brick additions to rear, slate roof. Hall-and-crosswing plan, with porch in angle, C19 wing added to right of original wing. Two low storeys, the upper floor and the gables jettied; stud-and-rail framing with much herring-bone bracing in zig-zag patterns and some quatrefoil panels. The wide porch has a doorway to the right with studded door and strap hinges, 2 of the studs to the coving above inscribed "1585" and "ES", two 4-light wooden mullioned casements at 1st floor with a quatrefoil between, small diamond panelling in the gable painted as quatrefoils (and probably C19), and a restored gable finial; its left side has glazing inserted in 2 of the diagonal panels between the braces. The hall-range to the left has a large 14-light mullion-and-transom window (restored), a 3-light window immediately to the right, and a 10-light mullion-and-transom window at 1st floor. The gable of the crosswing to the right has projected mullion-and-transom windows of 10 lights at ground floor and 12 lights at 1st floor, an inserted mullion-and-transom window to the left of that at ground floor, and a king-post gable truss with raked struts. Interior: altered, but has some exposed timber framing and at 1st floor unusually extensive moulded plaster friezes including shields of Arms with supporters (Arms of Elizabeth and of "ES"), stag-hunting scenes (etc).

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