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Cutthorpe Hall

A Grade II* Listed Building in Brampton, Derbyshire

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Latitude: 53.2533 / 53°15'11"N

Longitude: -1.4847 / 1°29'4"W

OS Eastings: 434475

OS Northings: 373048

OS Grid: SK344730

Mapcode National: GBR LZ2T.CH

Mapcode Global: WHDF8.5H78

Plus Code: 9C5W7G38+84

Entry Name: Cutthorpe Hall

Listing Date: 31 January 1967

Last Amended: 30 August 1995

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1116985

English Heritage Legacy ID: 393512

ID on this website: 101116985

Location: Cutthorpe, North East Derbyshire, S42

County: Derbyshire

District: North East Derbyshire

Civil Parish: Brampton

Traditional County: Derbyshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire

Church of England Parish: Old Brampton Saints Peter and Paul

Church of England Diocese: Derby

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1264-0/2/101 (North side)
31/01/67 Cutthorpe Hall
(Formerly Listed as:
Cutthorpe Hall)


Manor house. Late C16 or early C17, with mid C18 and late C19
alterations and additions. Coursed squared Coal Measures
Sandstone with ashlar gritstone dressings. Quoins, coped
gables and moulded kneelers, ashlar ridge and sidewall stacks
and stone slated roofs. 2 storeys, and 2 storeys and attics,
the attics incorporated into advanced gabled wings to front
and rear elevations. Complex plan, arranged around a linear
C17 core. East elevation has principal range of 4 bays, with
an added or remodelled C19 bay to south end. Off-centre
doorway set against a ridge stack, with a quoined and moulded
surround, a 4-centred arched head, and a plain hood mould. To
the north a gabled range in line with the front wall, with
coupled 2-light flush-mullioned windows to ground and first
floors, the separating masonry pier almost a major mullion in
the C17 manner. 2-light flush-mullioned attic window. 2-paned
casement and fixed lights, except to ground floor which has
clear glass panes. Above the main doorway, a C19 inserted or
replacement window of 3 lights, with the central light a
side-hung casement. To the south of the doorway, stacked
coupled 2-light flush-mullioned windows, those to the ground
floor glazed with clear glass panes, those above with 2-paned
lights. Advanced gabled crosswing to south with remodelled
window openings centrally placed within the gable. Advanced
stone surrounds to all window openings, perhaps formerly for
sashes, now with C20 combination frames to ground and first
floors, each with a side-hung casement set amongst fixed
lights, 6 panes in all to each window. Attic window with
leaded lights within 2-light side-hung casement. The side wall
has combination window frames within advanced stone surrounds.
Added or remodelled bay to south end has stone surround and
combination frame to ground floor, and oeil-de boeuf window
above. Wide south gable, with C19 moulded door surround with
depressed semicircular head below a hood mould with label
stops. Asymmetrically set ground and first floor windows with
advanced stone surround and combination frames. Sidewall
ashlar stack to west sidewall, sits adjacent to asymmetrical
gable, with C19 3-light chamfered mullioned window to ground
floor, and 12-paned window, with a 2-paned hinged sidelight,
to first floor. To the north a two-and-a-half storeyed
advanced wing, formerly free-standing, with quoined corners
and stacked 3-light C17 chamfer mullioned windows beneath drip
moulds to ground and first floors, and with a blocked 2-light
C17 window to the attic. Leaded lights with rectangular
quarries. Adjoining the C17 wing or tower, an extension of the
northern roof slope, and a 2-storeyed gabled range, giving a
one-and-a-half gable addition, and a valley gutter, of C18
date, and with stacked 2-light C18 flush-mullioned windows
either side of the gutter line. These windows are linked by
bands to the heads and sills. Massive ashlar chimney to full
gable of C18 addition, with plain drip band. Single-storey
projection from gable face, of one bay, behind a tall parapet
wall, at end of range. North sidewall range, returns to garden
elevation, with lower 2-storey part with 2-light
flush-mullioned windows with advanced heads, to west bay,
doorway with shallow flat-roofed open-fronted porch, and C18
2-panelled door. Taller atticed range has massive projecting
stack, shouldered on both sides at ground floor, to provide
massive hearth recess to gabled range to front elevation.
INTERIOR not inspected, but said to contain 3 oak-panelled
rooms, decorative plasterwork of early C17 date, and an attic
gallery or chapel with a flueless fireplace.

Listing NGR: SK3447573048

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