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© Dr Allan Vincent Pullin

IoE Number: 404825
Location: PICTON HALL AND PICTON HALL FARMHOUSE, PICTON LANE (east side)
  PICTON, CHESTER, CHESHIRE
Photographer: Dr Allan Vincent Pullin
Date Photographed: 14 October 2003
Date listed: 27 November 1984
Date of last amendment: 27 November 1984
Grade II

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SJ 47 SWPICTON C.P.PICTON LANE(East Side)2/37Picton Hall and PictonHall Farmhouse.

SJ 47 SW PICTON C.P. PICTON LANE (East Side) 2/37 Picton Hall and Picton Hall Farmhouse. - - II Formerly hall, now house and farmhouse: mid C19 with some C20 alterations. Washed and rendered English garden wall bond brick on red sandstone base, hipped Welsh slate roof with overhanging eaves and 4 brick chimneys. 2-storey, symmetrical 3-bay south front to Picton Hall. End bays have 16-pane sashes with trefoil-cusped tracery in topmost panes with stone sills and hood moulds. Tripartite doorcase under hood mould has similar tracery in marginal and fanlights. Early C20 door. Similar 16-pane windows above and on road front where 4 are blind. Interior: open-string staircase with plain balusters and mahogany handrail. Doors with 6 sunk panels in simple moulded architraves. Panelled soffits to windows. To right of main front is a 3-storey, former service wing now separate farmhouse. Washed brick under M-shaped roof. 3-light wooden casements with weak segmental heads. Interior: has large suite of former cheeserooms now converted. One contains pair of boilers with a cheese oven to the rear, with wooden doors and whey drainage patterns on the bottom stone shelf. Exposed ceiling beams and joists of mid C19 date. Kingpost roof trusses of sawn timber.

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