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IoE Number: 386439
Location: OLH HALL FARMHOUSE, ASHBY ROAD (south side)
Photographer: Mr R. J Wheeler LRPS
Date Photographed: 12 May 2002
Date listed: 09 November 1972
Date of last amendment: 09 November 1972
Grade II

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TAMWORTHSK20NWASHBY ROAD, Amington670-1/2/5(South side)

TAMWORTH SK20NW ASHBY ROAD, Amington 670-1/2/5 (South side) 09/11/72 Amington Old Hall II Also known as: Old Hall Farmhouse ASHBY ROAD Amington. Farmhouse. Early C18, with C16 or C17 core. Brick; tile roof with lead flat roof to centre and brick stacks. 2-unit house with cross wing, former barn to left and lower dairy wing to right. 2 storeys; 4-window range; central gabled cross wing and gabled projection to right end. Brick platt bands to cross wing and to right; coped gables. Entrance to left of cross wing has doorcase with fluted pilasters and triglyph frieze, 6-fielded-panel door, 2 glazed panels; projection has segmental-headed entrance with pegged door. Ground floor has window with pegged wooden frame of 3 transomed lights under segmental head, small light to projection; 1st floor has 9-pane sash under rubbed brick flat arch to left end, small-paned casement with moulded frame under segmental head to cross wing, with painted blind window to right, projection has 16-pane sash under segmental head. End stacks and 2 cross-axial stacks, that to right being large. Left return has 2 sashed windows to ground floor. Rear has rich cornice; platt bands to cross wing and to left. Varied fenestration including: three 12-pane sashes with thick glazing bars to right of cross wing with 9-pane sashes above, in large blocked segmental-headed openings; 1st floor to left of cross wing has pegged cross casements. Dairy wing has low lean-to outshut and 2-light barred windows, attached pump in wooden case. INTERIOR: C16/17 stop-chamfered beams, some to ground floor on wall posts; kitchen has large segmental-headed fireplace opening with later range and fixed oak dresser; stair between 2 walls has some early C18 twisted balusters to landing; 6-fielded-panelled door to ground floor; 1st floor has some C17 and C18 doors with H-L or cock's head hinges; some windows have shutters.

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