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IoE Number: 260117
Photographer: Mr Derek Taylor
Date Photographed: 16 February 2005
Date listed: 28 February 1978
Date of last amendment: 29 October 1986
Grade II

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SJ 51 NESHAWBURY C.P.GREAT WYTHEFORD12/121Wytheford Hall (Formerly listed28.2.78as Wytheford Hal Farmhouseunder Wytheford)

SJ 51 NE SHAWBURY C.P. GREAT WYTHEFORD 12/121 Wytheford Hall (Formerly listed 28.2.78 as Wytheford Hal Farmhouse under Wytheford) GV II Shown on O.S. map as Wytheford Hall Farmhouse. Farmhouse. Circa 1840 possibly incorporating earlier core; late C20 alterations at rear. Red brick with grey sandstone ashlar dressings; hipped slate roof. T-plan. 2 storeys with wing of 2 storeys and attic. Stone plinth and deeply overhanging eaves with band. Integral lateral brick stacks at rear and external brick end stack to rear wing. South- west front: 2:1:2 bays; glazing bar sashes (replaced with facsimiles in the late C20) with stone cills and slightly segmental heads. Central pair of half-glazed panelled doors with moulded architrave. Ashlar Tuscan porch-with columns in antis and open triangular pediment; brick returns with moulded cornice. 2-bay right-hand return front with blind windows and one-bay left-hand return front with first-floor blind window. 3-bay rear wing. Interior: complete early C19 fittings. Central 3- flight rectangular cantilevered stone staircase with open string, single- fluted stick balusters (2 per tread), plain handrail and curtail with columnular newel. Dentil cornice to entrance hall and first-floor landing. Right-hand ground-floor front room with early C19 fireplace, and both ground-floor front rooms each with moulded cornice and soffit with foliage trail and corner paterae. Doors with 6 raised and fielded panels and reeded architraves and corner paterae. Panelled window shutters. Chinese Chippendale attic and back staircases.

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