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Latitude: 52.0755 / 52°4'31"N
Longitude: -2.2711 / 2°16'16"W
OS Eastings: 381514
OS Northings: 241934
OS Grid: SO815419
Mapcode National: GBR 0G3.W1P
Mapcode Global: VH93C.L368
Entry Name: Hanley Hall
Listing Date: 11 August 1952
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1098804
English Heritage Legacy ID: 153241
Location: Hanley Castle, Malvern Hills, Worcestershire, WR8
District: Malvern Hills
Civil Parish: Hanley Castle
Traditional County: Worcestershire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Worcestershire
Church of England Parish: Hanley Castle with Hanley Swan
Church of England Diocese: Worcester
HANLEY CASTLE CP -
SO 84 SW
3/100 Hanley Hall
House. Circa 1600. Timber-framing and painted brick with tile roof.
H-plan. Framed in square panels, with some studwork replaced by painted
brick. Two storeys. Left-hand cross-wing in two parts, the part projecting
forwards from the recessed centre being narrower with a lean-to addition
against its left-hand side. The gable of the rear part is exposed to the
left of the front gable. Both have struts between tie-beam and collar, and
V-struts above. The wing is of one bay, with the ground floor window pro-
jecting as a square oriel. The recessed centre is of two bays and has doors
in the left-hand bay and at the right. The right-hand cross-wing has a two-
storey canted bay window which has sashes with glazing bars on the ground
floor. The exposed truss is similar to those of the other cross-wing.
Chimneys at rear of hall and on left-hand walls of both cross-wings. Interior:
hall has two exposed moulded ceiling beams and an inglenook. Stair has stick
balusters. In the rear room of the right-hand cross-wing is a stone fireplace
with Tudor arch and re-set encaustic tiles said to be from Malvern Priory.
Above is an oak overmantel of two panels. The room is lined with square
panelling of early C17 type. The plaster ceiling has thin intersecting moulded
ribs and cast motifs which include fleur-de-lys.
Listing NGR: SO8151441934
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