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Endcliffe Hall with Screen Wall to North West and Terrace Wall and Steps to South and West

A Grade II* Listed Building in Fulwood, Sheffield

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Latitude: 53.3719 / 53°22'18"N

Longitude: -1.5132 / 1°30'47"W

OS Eastings: 432488

OS Northings: 386230

OS Grid: SK324862

Mapcode National: GBR 96P.11

Mapcode Global: WHCCJ.QHNV

Plus Code: 9C5W9FCP+QP

Entry Name: Endcliffe Hall with Screen Wall to North West and Terrace Wall and Steps to South and West

Listing Date: 28 June 1973

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1254807

English Heritage Legacy ID: 458125

Location: Fulwood, Sheffield, S10

County: Sheffield

Electoral Ward/Division: Fulwood

Built-Up Area: Sheffield

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): South Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Ranmoor St John the Evangelist

Church of England Diocese: Sheffield

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784-1/5/309 (South West side)
28/06/73 Endcliffe Hall with screen wall to
NW and terrace wall and steps to S
and W


House, now offices and walls. c1860. For Sir John Brown.
Ashlar with hipped slate roofs with various coped stone
stacks. Italianate style.
EXTERIOR: plinth, string course, rusticated quoins, sill and
eaves bands, dentilled cornice, balustrade with urns.
2 storeys; 10 x 7 windows. Windows are plain sashes, those to
ground floor with ornamented cornices. Main west front has a
projecting 3-stage square belvedere tower, with balustrade and
prominent side wall stack. 3 windows, those to the top stage
with a balcony. Ground floor has a small central window
flanked to left by a sash and to right by a glazed door, both
with fanlights. Between the window heads, a cartouche. To
right, 3 windows on each floor, and to left, 4. Beyond, to
left, a single storey projection with 2 windows and adjoining
it at right angles, a coped screen wall with 3 moulded
round-headed arches with keystones.
South front has a projecting centre, 3 windows, with a
balustraded canted single storey bay window with a central
tripartite sash. On either side, 2 windows on each floor. To
right, single storey balustraded conservatory with rusticated
pilasters and central French window flanked by single windows,
all round-headed and with side and top lights. Right return
has a single window.
East front has to right a single storey ballroom, heavily
rusticated, with a blind opening and 3 windows. To left, a
porte cochere with rusticated pilasters and balustrade topped
with figures. Unglazed round-headed traceried window to front
and similar tracery in the heads of the side openings.
Panelled 2-leaf doors with fanlight and surround with wreath
and swags.
INTERIOR has a pilastered central hall with a branching stone
staircase and iron balusters. Granite fireplace with
overmantel at the foot of the stairs. Arcaded landing with
modillion cornice and top lit coved ceiling. Southern ground
floor rooms have enriched modillion cornices. Central one has
plaster panelled walls and panelled coved ceiling with
paintings and 4 chandeliers. Elaborate marble, brass and tile
fireplace. Western room has coved ceiling, eastern room an
enriched cross beam ceiling. Ballroom has enriched modillion
cornice and cross beam ceiling with coffered panels and 3
glazed domes. Freestanding cast-iron stove with marble
surround. Glazed double door with fanlight and mirror
sidelights. Triptych form organ case at opposite end. Blind
arcaded entrance hall has moulded cornices and coffered
SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: outside, a panelled terrace wall with
shaped coping bordering the south and west fronts. Shaped
projection to south, and steps at east and west ends. Approx
150m long. Sir John Brown was one of the leading steel
manufacturers in C19 Sheffield.

Listing NGR: SK3248886230

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