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© Mr David Karran

IoE Number: 465271
Location: FARNLEY HALL, HALL LANE (south off)
Photographer: Mr David Karran
Date Photographed: 18 June 2001
Date listed: 19 October 1951
Date of last amendment: 19 October 1951
Grade II

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LEEDSSE2432HALL LANE, Farnley714-1/39/681(South side (off))

LEEDS SE2432 HALL LANE, Farnley 714-1/39/681 (South side (off)) 19/10/51 Farnley Hall GV II Country house. 1586, 1806, altered C19 and C20. By Edward Armitage. Ashlar, coursed squared gritstone, low-pitched slate hipped roof, cornice and blocking course. L-plan with main wing facing south and rear wing with fragment of C16 house. S front: 2 storeys, 7 windows, centre projects slightly with pediment, and central portico with entablature on 4 Tuscan columns, 3-light window above with pilasters and cornice. Moulded sill course and band. Sashes without glazing bars. Right return: 2-storey bowed end bay with 3 windows, the outside blind. Rear wing, E facade: 12 windows, plate-glass sashes, plain stone surrounds. To left of centre a doorway and flanking windows in rusticated surround with cornice. INTERIOR: of main range not inspected; interior rear wing has archway with decayed stone panel showing the coat of arms of Sir Thomas Danby, with inscription: 'Buildid the year of our Lord 1586 and in the reign of the Queen (? Eliz) bi S Thomas Danby Kn.'

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