© Mrs Barbara A West LRPS
BROOM HALL, BROOMHALL ROAD (north side)
SHEFFIELD, SHEFFIELD, SOUTH YORKSHIRE
Mrs Barbara A West LRPS
19 February 2006
01 May 1952
Date of last amendment:
12 December 1995
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SK3486NW BROOMHALL ROAD
784-1/28/113 (North West side)
01/05/52 Broom Hall
(Formerly Listed as:
Nos.8, 10, 12
House, now offices. c1500, early C17 and late C18, with late
C19 alterations, restored 1988. Timber framing with coursed
squared stone underbuild, coursed squared stone and ashlar,
with ashlar dressings and gabled and hipped stone slate and
Welsh slate roofs. T-plan.
EXTERIOR: 2 storeys; 11 window range.
South front, C17, has to left a set back range with four 9
pane sashes, and below, to right, a moulded pointed arched
doorway with C20 glazed double door and overlight. To its
left, three 12 pane sashes. To left, C16 wing with facing
gable with two 9 pane sashes above and two 12 pane sashes
below. Right return has similar fenestration, with 4 windows
on each floor, all with concrete lintels. Left return has 4
square windows and below, 3 glazed doors with overlights, all
C20. To right, projecting C17 gabled wing with lintel bands
and coped gable containing a large sundial. Above, three 9
pane sashes and below, three 12 pane sashes.
East front, late C18, has plinth, first floor band, moulded
eaves and 2 coped rear wall stacks. 2 storeys; 7 window range
of 12 pane sashes, the central one with moulded surround and
pseudo-balcony. Central C20 double door with sidelights and
large cast-iron fanlight, flanked by 3 windows. Left return
has two 12 pane sashes on each floor. Right return has 2
blanks on each floor.
Rear elevation has C20 fenestration and to right a projecting
C16 close-studded gable with coved eaves and a 4-light square
oriel window. Below, a 4-light window with wooden mullions and
concrete lintel. Right return has a large shouldered stone
side wall stack. To left of the gable, a single bay projection
with quoins and a doorway with overlight and window above it,
with quoined surround.
INTERIOR: C16 wing has jowled posts and 4 king post trusses
with single purlins and wind braces and arched collar beams.
Single stud partition wall with rendered nogging. Simply
moulded stone fireplace. In the room below, a segment-headed
chamfered stone fireplace and chamfered joists and span beams.
Central area has C18 open well dogleg wooden stair with turned
balusters and ramped scrolled handrail.
(The Buildings of England: Pevsner N: Yorkshire: The West
Riding: London: 1967-: 473).