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Chatwall Hall

A Grade II* Listed Building in Cardington, Shropshire

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Latitude: 52.5735 / 52°34'24"N

Longitude: -2.7183 / 2°43'5"W

OS Eastings: 351419

OS Northings: 297544

OS Grid: SO514975

Mapcode National: GBR BK.BZDN

Mapcode Global: WH8CF.6KVX

Plus Code: 9C4VH7FJ+CM

Entry Name: Chatwall Hall

Listing Date: 29 January 1952

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1055617

English Heritage Legacy ID: 259572

ID on this website: 101055617

Location: Shropshire, SY6

County: Shropshire

Civil Parish: Cardington

Traditional County: Shropshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Shropshire

Church of England Parish: Cardington

Church of England Diocese: Hereford

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SO 59 NW; 5/31

Chatwall Hall



Farmhouse. Mid-Cl7 with c.1700 alterations and c.1899 additions.
Dressed Hoar Edge Grit sandstone with C20 plain tile roof. Irregular
plan. Two storeys and attic. Three gables to front, left-hand projecting;
chamfered plinth, large pebble-dashed external stack in front of right-
hand gable with tiled set back to brick shaft and external lateral
stone stack at rear with brick shaft. 2-window front; C17 three-light
double-chamfered mullioned stone windows and 2-light attic windows,
that to left minus mullion but with Shrewsbury arms in roundel above.
Small blocked double-chamfered window in right-hand return of wing;
centre has first-floor window with moulded cornice and two ground-
floor c.1700 two-light windows with flat-faced mullions, that to right
with pulvinated frieze and moulded cornice. Probably c.1700 one-storey
dressed sandstone porch to right with moulded plinth and cornice, and
flat roof, replacing former mono pitch; C19 Tudor-arched nail-studded
boarded door with bolection-moulded surround and pulvinated frieze,
and small double-chamfered stone window in left-hand return front.
Introduced (probably replica) lead rainwater head between right-hand
gable lettered: "AD/1620". Two C19 gabled wings at rear (see straight
joint in right-hand end wall). INTERIOR: central ground-floor room
has panelling dated: R S and lettered R C with fluted frieze, large
corner fireplace with chamfered lintel, carved frieze and C18 raised
and fielded panelled overmantel, the centre panel with a shaped top,
and chamfered ceiling beam with plain and ogee stops. Right-hand
ground-floor room has fireplace with chamfered dressed sandstone reveals
and chamfered wooden lintel with mason's mitre. Ogee-stopped chamfered
cross-beamed ceiling also with chamfered joists. Left-hand first-
floor room with corner fireplace. Timber-framed cross walls; left-
hand wing has collar and tie-beam trusses with queen struts and v-struts.
Gable end of right-hand wing is timber framed with square panels, angle
braces, and cambered tie-beam truss with queen struts and v-struts.
The right-hand gable formerly projected with a timber framed wing.
This probably explains its unfinished look and the large external stack.
B.0.E., p.95. - -

Listing NGR: SO5141997544

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