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IoE Number: 440734
Location: NEW HALL FARMHOUSE, OLD HALL LANE (south west side)
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Date listed: 09 August 1966
Date of last amendment: 09 August 1966
Grade II*

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SJ 88 SEBRAMHALLOLD HALL LANE(south-westside)Woodford10/15New Hall

SJ 88 SE BRAMHALL OLD HALL LANE (south-west side) Woodford 10/15 New Hall Farmhouse and 9.8.66 New Hall Cottage G.V. II* Farmhouse and adjoining cottage. 1630 on datestone. Coursed rubble plinth, English garden wall bond brick, stone dressings and a graduated stone slate roof. T-shaped baffle-entry plan with 2 storeys (plus attic). 2 bays, the first projecting as the head of the T. Stone plinth and stone quoins. House-part has 6-light double-chamfered mullion and transom window with hoodmould. The door, which is to the right, has a moulded surround with Tudor-arched lintel and elaborate carved panel above with date, Davenport shield and the initials "WDED" (William and Elizabeth Davenport). Bay 1 has a 4-light chamfered mullion and transom window at first floor with leaded lights and hoodmould. Bay 2 has a small 2-light mullion window and a 4-light mullion and transom window as above. The gable to bay 1 is coped with kneelers and has a 2-light chamfered mullion attic light surmounted by an arched light above the hoodmould. A similar window appears in the dormer to bay 2 which has a coped gable with kneelers. Diagonally set ridge chimney shafts at right and left. Timber lean-to addition against left wall and a 4-light chamfered mullion and transom window at first floor level and 6-light double- chamefered mullion and transom with king mullion at ground. Two 5 and one 6-light mullion and transom windows to rear as well as 2 2-light mullion windows and a 2-light attic window as above. Interior: ovolo-moulded beams which are carved on 3 sides and have stepped stops. Oak panelled parlour. C19 partitions detract only from the spatial qualities of the house-part. A remarkably well preserved early example of both brick construction and multi-floored planning.

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