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The Hayes

A Grade II* Listed Building in Oswestry, Shropshire

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Latitude: 52.8649 / 52°51'53"N

Longitude: -3.0697 / 3°4'10"W

OS Eastings: 328083

OS Northings: 330246

OS Grid: SJ280302

Mapcode National: GBR 72.RJV7

Mapcode Global: WH78R.T8F1

Plus Code: 9C4RVW7J+X4

Entry Name: The Hayes

Listing Date: 10 September 1951

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1367338

English Heritage Legacy ID: 255561

ID on this website: 101367338

Location: Shropshire, SY10

County: Shropshire

Civil Parish: Oswestry

Built-Up Area: Croesowallt

Traditional County: Shropshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Shropshire

Church of England Parish: Oswestry St Oswald King and Martyr

Church of England Diocese: Lichfield

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SJ 2830-2930 OSWESTRY C.P. MOUNT ROAD (south-west side)

11/88 The Hayes


Hunting lodge, now house. Mid-C17 with later additions and alterations.
Regularly coursed sandstone rubble, slate roof with coped verges on
stone kneelers and ball finials to gables. Cruciform plan with late
C19 addition (re-roofed in late C20) in angle between right and rear
gables. 2 storeys and attics, moulded eaves cornice; cellars beneath
chamfered plinth; mullioned windows to cellar with cross-windows to
front and rear gables; right gable has 3-light mullioned and transomed
windows to ground and first floors and cross-window to attic; front
gable: double-chamfered cross-windows to left and right of door on
both floors with one in centre to attic; four-centred arched -doorway,
approached by flight of 5 steps, has enriched spandrels and moulded
label, nail-studded door with scrolled strap hinges, original knocker
and lock; 2-storey canted bay to left gable with 7-light mullioned and
transomed windows on each floor probably a later C17 addition; brick
segmental-headed doorway to rear gable (left side) and flat-headed
doorway to left gable (rear side), latter converted from mullioned
window lighting cellar; prominent central ridge stack with 10 attached
octagonal brick shafts now roughcast. C19 addition has apparently
C17 mullioned and cross-windows, presumably moved out from rear and right
gables when addition was built. Interior: mid-C17 oak rectangular
panelling in main ground- and first-floor rooms, some with decorative
carving; moulded stone fireplace with four-centred arch to ground-floor
room of left gable, fireplace to other side of stack (in centre of
house) infilled but has richly carved Jacobean overmantel with grotesque
human figures; date "D/RM/1656" on overmantel to fireplace in main
first-floor room; open-well staircase rising from ground floor to attic
looks C19 but is probably in position of original staircase; several
C17 plank doors with C19 cast-iron grates to some of the fireplaces.
B.O.E. pp. 146-7: Trans. Salop. Arch. Soc. Vol. LVI, Pt. III (1960)
pp. 295-307.

Listing NGR: SJ2808730246

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