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Shrigley Hall Hotel and Country Club

A Grade II* Listed Building in Pott Shrigley, Cheshire East

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.3152 / 53°18'54"N

Longitude: -2.0876 / 2°5'15"W

OS Eastings: 394261

OS Northings: 379805

OS Grid: SJ942798

Mapcode National: GBR FZV3.VB

Mapcode Global: WHBB9.XX2X

Entry Name: Shrigley Hall Hotel and Country Club

Listing Date: 25 July 1952

Last Amended: 17 November 1983

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1232168

English Heritage Legacy ID: 407440

Location: Pott Shrigley, Cheshire East, SK10

County: Cheshire East

Civil Parish: Pott Shrigley

Traditional County: Cheshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cheshire

Church of England Parish: Pott Shrigley St Christopher

Church of England Diocese: Chester

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Listing Text

This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on10/06/2014

SJ 97 NW
5/98

POTT SHRIGLEY C.P.
SHRIGLEY ROAD (North Side)
Shrigley Park
Shrigley Hall Hotel and Country Club

(Formerly listed as Salesian Missionary College, previously listed as Shrigley Hall)

25/7/1952

GV
II*
Former mansion now hotel and country club: C.1825 by Thomas Emett
Senior of Preston for Sir William Turner. Ashlar brown sandstone with
graded slate and partly felted roof. 2-storey, symmetrical, 11-bay
front, with end and 3 centre bays breaking slightly forward. Centre
has pediment and Ionic tetrastyle porch on 5 steps. Plinth band,
plain frieze and modillion cornice. Mid C20 attic storey but
balustrating over end bays is the remains of original treatment.
Windows, sashes with glazing bars in plain reveals, except end bays
which are tripartite with panelled pilasters and segmental tympana.
Doorway has carved architrave, 6-panelled door and ornamental
rectangular fanlight. Medallion in pediment, of lion and cross.
Rubble wings to rear, 3 storey to left and 2 storey to right, both
with 16-pane sashes and plain doorcases.
Interior: Hall. Entry through 2, 6-panelled oak doors, semi-circular
headed niches and doorways with moulded soffits to left and right.
Staircase removed and false ceiling hides Ionic capitals and ceiling
cornice, and cuts off upper dome. 3 bay room to right of hall has
original ceiling. Acanthus border, with large rectangular panel with
central band of swags. Cornucopiae and elegant tracery in corners and
central elliptical medallion of cornucopiae and acanthus. 3-bay room
to left of hall has 4, 6-panelled walnut doors with moulded panels and
raised fields. Running swag frieze, intertwined foliage soffit and
ovolo cornice. Ceiling cornice of acanthus and intertwined foliage.
Black and green-veined chimney breast on fluted circular columns.
Left end bay room: Twisted vine frieze below modillion cornice with
acanthus and vine motifs in circular central panel. End of room,
divided by wooden Corinthian pilasters, leads to 2-storey well behind,
under circular skylight, and containing Corinthian columns and
pilasters. It now contains the staircase. Dome has been converted
into a library. Entrance between composite order columns supporting a
foliate frieze. Vault contains twisted vine tracery on ropework
dividing moulded panels with a border of urns and tracery around
circular light. Plasterwork in vault, mid C19, may belong to rebuild
of vault implied by external masonry.

Listing NGR: SJ9426179805

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

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