Baggot Hall Farm, 37 Station Road

The Hall has been listed by English Heritage as Grade II and is described as: ‘about1750 possibly with earlier left hand rear range. Narrow, yellow brick English bond with stucco facade incised for stone, early 19th century. Plain tiled, mansard roof with end parapets on kneelers and wood modillion eaves cornice. One end stack flush with gable end and ridge stack.

Plan of main range and service wing – two storeys and attics. Four flat roof dormers with horizontal sliding sashes. Four hung sashes of sixteen panes each in open boxing. Off centre doorway with early 19th century pedimented doorcase with fluted pilasters and plain frieze.

The right hand rear range is contemporary with the front range, and of yellow brick with a mansard roof and end stack. However the left hand rear range is of a different building period. There is a straight joint in the brickwork. The walls are roughcast suggesting a possible timber frame. Tiled roof. Two storeys.

This page was added on 15/11/2015.

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