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Stydd Hall and Attached Garden Wall

A Grade II* Listed Building in Yeaveley, Derbyshire

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Latitude: 52.9573 / 52°57'26"N

Longitude: -1.7454 / 1°44'43"W

OS Eastings: 417200

OS Northings: 340019

OS Grid: SK172400

Mapcode National: GBR 49G.PJJ

Mapcode Global: WHCFC.5X3R

Plus Code: 9C4WX743+WR

Entry Name: Stydd Hall and Attached Garden Wall

Listing Date: 5 February 1952

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1204898

English Heritage Legacy ID: 81335

Location: Yeaveley, Derbyshire Dales, Derbyshire, DE6

County: Derbyshire

Civil Parish: Yeaveley

Traditional County: Derbyshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire

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2/107 (South Side)
Stydd Hall and attached
5.2.52 Garden Wall.
Tower house, now farmhouse. Medieval, C17, c1840 and C20 alterations, originally
built for the Knights Hospitallers. Coursed sandstone rubble and red brick with
stone dressings and quoins, shallow pitched slate roots with two large circular
stone ridge stacks built of coursed.rubble. Deep stone plinth, first and second
floor stone bands, moulded Stone eaves cornice and embattled parapets with
ridgeback copings. Three storeys and basement. Three bay square plan with small
two storey tower to north. East facade has steps up to central C17 doorcase with
pilasters to sides, bolection moulded entableture, C20 double glazed doors and
plain overlight. Also visible are the vestiges of a segmental pediment which has
been hacked off. To eitherside c1840 canted bay windows with single lights to
sides and 3-lights to front, each light being staff moulded and with round lobed
trefoil head and metal glazing bars. Directly over are two similar bay windows
with embattled parapets above. Between them is a 2-light window with similar lights
set under flat hoodmould. Above again a similar, but shallower 2-light central
window and flanking similar 3-light windows. South elevation has similar c1840 two
storey bay window with 3-light window over, to west side, except each light has
pointed head not trefoil. South elevation also has a considerable quantity of
medieval masonry to ground floor. West elevation retains its C17 windows with
3-light recessed and chamfered window to ground floor and similar 2-light windows
to north and south on first and second floors. Between them are single light
recessed stair windows with C19 octagonal leaded panes. North elevation has
central two storey tower with C20 window to west, to west of which the main house
has another C20 window. Above, the tower has a blocked recessed and chamfered
mullion and transomed window to north and east. To west, the main house has similar
window with leaded lights and iron bars, above which is a similar blocked window.
Immediately over the tower roof, with its ridgeback coped embattled parapets, is
a blocked doorcase.. Attached to the base of the tower on the north side is a high
garden wall, probably C18, with brick face to west side and stone face to east
side, topped by flat stone coping. This runs to the north until curving round to
the east. Interior of hall completely altered c1840 and later, the only C17
feature still visible is the moulded finial on newel post to the bottom of the
third flight of stairs.

Listing NGR: SK1720040019

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