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© Mr Michael J. A. Smith

IoE Number: 440924
Photographer: Mr Michael J. A. Smith
Date Photographed: 04 November 2001
Date listed: 24 March 1950
Date of last amendment: 24 March 1950
Grade II*

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SJ 88 NECHEADLECUTHBERT ROAD(west side)5/31Moseley Old24.3.50Hall

SJ 88 NE CHEADLE CUTHBERT ROAD (west side) 5/31 Moseley Old 24.3.50 Hall - II* House. "R.M. 1666" carved above doorway. Built for Moseley family. Stone plinth, box-framed with C20 tile roof and brick stacks. Baffle-entry plan with projecting crosswings and 2 storeys throughout. 3 bays with C20 3-light window in each at ground floor and pitched roof porch to left of bay 2 with ovolo-moulded surround and door frame and original studded battened door and hinges. 7, 7 and 4-light ovolo- moulded first floor windows, probably restored but to original pattern. Decorative framing to crosswing gables. 3- gable 4-bay rear with 2, 4, 5 and 6-light C19 ovolo-moulded windows some with transoms. Curved diagonal braces to rear only. Leaded windows throughout. Interior: part repaired splat-baluster staircase at rear, inglenook fireplace with ovolo-moulded bressumer and similarly moulded beams with stepped stops to house-part. Batten doors with original hinges throughout. Generally a good house retaining most of its original features and suffering little from later restorations. F. Moss, A history of the old parish of Cheadle in Cheshire, 1894, pp. 120-121.

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