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Farm Buildings to Former Newland Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Normanton, Wakefield

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Latitude: 53.697 / 53°41'49"N

Longitude: -1.4469 / 1°26'48"W

OS Eastings: 436614

OS Northings: 422423

OS Grid: SE366224

Mapcode National: GBR LTBP.JG

Mapcode Global: WHDC4.RB5P

Plus Code: 9C5WMHW3+Q6

Entry Name: Farm Buildings to Former Newland Hall

Listing Date: 9 August 1977

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1253636

English Heritage Legacy ID: 436887

ID on this website: 101253636

Location: Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF6

County: Wakefield

Civil Parish: Newland with Woodhouse Moor

Built-Up Area: Normanton

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Yorkshire

Tagged with: Agricultural structure

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2/47 Farm Buildings to
9.8.1977 former Newland Hall

Farm buildings enclosing a rectangular yard on 3 sides, of which the east and
south ranges are of greater interest than the north. C17, altered in C19;
and C18. East range, stables or cow-house, C17 altered in C19. Coursed
squared sandstone, stone slate roof. Rectangular plan, approx. 8 bays. Two
storeys; west front (to yard) has a chamfered plinth, a continuous dripmould
stepped over the doorways; the 5 principal doorways are symmetrically
arranged, with one in the centre and a pair to each side, plus one other at
the right hand end; all have Tudor-arched lintels and chamfered surrounds;
above the first pair is a panel with raised lettering "ES", enclosed by
moulding linked to the dripmould, and above the second pair a similar panel
with a raised double cross (of St. John of the Hospital); the 1st doorway has
been altered as a window, the 2nd and 3rd blocked with brick and the 6th
blocked with stone, while the 4th and 5th are furnished with stable doors;
the central doorway is flanked by 2-light chamfered mullion windows (that on
the right lacking the mullion), and over the lintel of this and the 4th are
oculi. 1st floor has C19 chamfered single-light windows. Rear (east side)
of less interest, with altered or inserted openings.
Interior: altered, but retains most of collar truss roof structure.
South range, of similar materials, is a larg barn with attached cart shed,
and appears to be C18 (but has roof structure similar to the east range).
Rectangular plan of 7 bays, plus 2-bay cart shed at west end. Chamfered
plinth; large segmental-arched wagon doorways opposed in the 2nd and 6th
bays, all with stepped voussoirs, those in the 2nd (eastern) bay blocked, but
the others furnished with harr-hung double doors (iron harr-hinges). Collar
truss roof with 2 pairs of butt-purlins (some re-used). Cart-house at west
end has coupled segmental-arched entrances to the yard (roof and rear walls
partially collapsed). North range, apparently C19, of dressed masonry, with
altered openings, is of less interest.

Listing NGR: SE3661422423

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