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Beech Hill with Attached Coach House and Stable Courtyard

A Grade II Listed Building in Park and Arbourthorne, Sheffield

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.3715 / 53°22'17"N

Longitude: -1.4578 / 1°27'27"W

OS Eastings: 436174

OS Northings: 386203

OS Grid: SK361862

Mapcode National: GBR 9LP.07

Mapcode Global: WHDDP.LJ17

Entry Name: Beech Hill with Attached Coach House and Stable Courtyard

Listing Date: 22 February 1990

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1271202

English Heritage Legacy ID: 455734

Location: Sheffield, S2

County: Sheffield

Electoral Ward/Division: Park and Arbourthorne

Built-Up Area: Sheffield

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): South Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: St Paul and St Leonard, Arbourthorne and Norfolk Park

Church of England Diocese: Sheffield

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Listing Text


SHEFFIELD

SK38NE NORFOLK PARK ROAD
784-1/6/534 (South East side)
22/02/90 Beech Hill with attached coach house
and stable courtyard

GV II

House. c1830, extended 1859. Probably designed by Woodhead &
Hurst for the Duke of Norfolk. Dressed stone with ashlar
dressings and slate roofs with crowstepped gables with
kneelers and finials. Single gable, single ridge and 4 lateral
stacks. Tudor Revival style.
EXTERIOR: chamfered plinth and quoins. 2 storeys plus attics;
4 window range.
North entrance front has to right an external stack and a
projecting 2-storey porch with arched doorway and double plank
doors with ornate iron hinges. Over the door, a 3-light
mullioned window with chamfered parapet. To left, a small
fixed light on each floor and beyond a 2-light over a 3-light
cross mullioned window, both with Tudor hoodmould. Above, a
small wooden gabled dormer. To left again, another external
stack with a 3-light cross mullioned window and above it an
arched panel containing a shield with the arms of the Duke of
Norfolk. To left again, a later single-storey wing with a C20
door and three 3-light cross mullioned windows.
West front, 3 windows, has to left a slightly projecting gable
with a 3-light cross mullioned window on each floor, with
Tudor hoodmoulds, and in the gable peak a tiny lancet. To the
right, a crenellated 2-storey canted bay window with 3-light
cross mullioned windows. To right again, a small casement at
the eaves and above it, a small stepped gable with a tiny
lancet.
South front, 4 windows, has to left a slightly projecting
gable with a 32-light cross mullioned window and above it, a
tiny lancet in the peak. Below, a doorway with sidelights and
overlight under a Tudor hoodmould. To left again, a single
3-light mullioned window and below it, 2 similar windows.
Beyond, a slightly projecting narrow gable with a 3-light
cross mullioned window with Tudor hoodmould and above it, a
tiny lancet in the peak. Below, a 2-light cross mullioned
window. Beyond, to the right, a set back 2-storey service
wing, 2 windows. Two 2-light mullioned windows and below, 2
similar windows and a 3-light one.
To the south-east, a brick wall and a glazed link building
attached to the late C19 coach house. Single storey. Pair of
carriage doors flanked to left by 2 wooden cross casements and
to right, a small door and a small cross casement. A further
brick wall links this to the early C19 stable range. Single
storey plus attics. 2-light casement flanked to left by 2
plank doors and to right by a similar door with overlight.
Above, 2 gabled dormers each with a round-headed through eaves
loft door.
Beyond, to the left, a single storey wing with a plank door
and a 2-light casement. The south side of the stable courtyard
is bounded by a wall with gate piers.
INTERIOR: main rooms on ground floor have late C19 marble
fireplaces.


Listing NGR: SK3617486203

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

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