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© Mr Roy Millett AFIAP, APAGB

IoE Number: 79115
Location: BUTTERLEY HALL, COACH ROAD (west side)
Photographer: Mr Roy Millett AFIAP, APAGB
Date Photographed: 26 May 2005
Date listed: 25 May 1988
Date of last amendment: 25 May 1988
Grade II

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SK 45 SWRIPLEYCOACH ROAD(west side)4/71Butterley Hall

SK 45 SW RIPLEY COACH ROAD (west side) 4/71 Butterley Hall II House, now police headquarters. Late C18 with mid C19 additions. Pebble-dashed red brick with painted stone dressings and quoins. Slate roof with rendered end and axial stacks appearing half way down the pitch of the roof, also dentilled cornice. 2 storeys plus attics, 8 bays with lower 2 storey 8 bay addition to north. Garden elevation has off-centre canted stucco bay window with full height plain sashes and moulded cornice. To south 2 further full height plain sashes and to north 3 C20 glazed doors below plain overlights. Above 8 glazing bar sashes. Ground and first floor sashes all in plain stone surrounds. Above again 5 early C20 roof dormers with alternating triangular and semi-circular pediments, four to north with 2-light casements and that to south with 3-light casement. Addition with glazed doors to ground floor and glazing bar sashes above. Entrance to rear with large Tuscan columned porch. Interior has one room with C18 panelling and fireplace, possibly re-used from elsewhere. Ground to first floor staircase with iron balusters and wreathed handrail, first floor to attic staircase, C18 with vase shaped turned balusters. Home of Benjamin Outram, founder of the Butterley Company, also of Sir James Outram (1803-63) General who had noteworthy career in India.

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