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18-26, Bradley Road

A Grade II* Listed Building in Silsden, Bradford

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Latitude: 53.916 / 53°54'57"N

Longitude: -1.9404 / 1°56'25"W

OS Eastings: 404012

OS Northings: 446651

OS Grid: SE040466

Mapcode National: GBR GRW4.QZ

Mapcode Global: WHB7H.5T8S

Plus Code: 9C5WW385+9R

Entry Name: 18-26, Bradley Road

Listing Date: 27 September 1965

Last Amended: 25 January 1985

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1223261

English Heritage Legacy ID: 418879

Location: Silsden, Bradford, BD20

County: Bradford

Civil Parish: Silsden

Built-Up Area: Silsden

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Silsden St James

Church of England Diocese: Leeds

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(east side)

9/128 Nos 18, 20, 22,
27.9.65 24 and 26 (formerly
listed as Old Hall)


House, now forming 5 dwellings. Initialled and dated "H. Anno Dom"
HI 1682
with C18 addition. Thin coursed rubble, dressed quoins, stone slate
roof. 2 storeys. 3-cell linear plan under 3 parallel ranges, gabled
to south and north, of more than one room in depth. 1st cell 3 rooms
deep, 2nd cell 2 rooms deep, 3rd cell 2 rooms deep with added rear
kitchen late C18.

South front : Inserted doorway in 1st cell (No 26). Original doorway
in 2nd cell to right of hall window, has composite jambs, Tudor-arched
lintel with decorative date inscription and chamfered surround. All
windows are double-chamfered mullioned-and-transomed, outer cells of
6 lights with 4 lights over to 1st floor. Central hall has 8 lights
the central 4 lacking mullions with 6 lights over to 1st floor.
Continuous hoodmoulds with straight returns over 1st floor windows.
Each gable has arched rectangular light (blind), copings and kneelers.
2 stacks to ridge (lst 2 cells) and lateral stack to 3rd cell.

Rear has C18 addition to left with quoins, gable stack, and projecting
lean-to containing bee-hive ovens. 4-light double-chamfered mullioned
window with hoodmould, small chamfered light to right, 1st floor, has
3-light window and former 2-light window altered to 16-paned sash. Rear
of 1st cell has 2-light and 3-light window with 3-light window over to
1st floor, all with double-chamfered surrounds with almost square reveals.
Right return has 2 Tudor-arched doorways with composite jambs and
chamfered surrounds. 4-light window with hoodmould, other windows
with double-chamfered surrounds lack mullions.

Interior : Hall has segmental-arched fireplace with skewbacks and
chamfered surround with unusual decorative stops. A stone stair rises
behind the hall stack and is partitioned off from the rear room by an oak
board-and-muntin panelled wall with an oak post at the stairs' foot. The
connecting stone doorway between these rooms has Tudor-arched lintel and
chamfered surround. Most rooms have stop-chamfered spine beams. The
rear room of the 1st cell has stone shelves and was probably a dairy
originally. The rear added kitchen has 2 bee-hive ovens. Hall chamber
has truss with large tie-beam and single angle-struts lacking king-post.
A house of some distinction prominently sited on the edge of the village.
RCHM (England) report.

Listing NGR: SE0401246651

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