New Honiley Hall

Description of this historic site

New Honiley Hall, a house that was built towards the end of the Imperial period. The house replaced Old Honiley Hall, which was demolished. It is situated 300m east of Honiley.

Notes about this historic site

1 Built in 1914 by H.L. Wade (the date is on the rain-goods at the front of the house) out of brick, the new Hall is long, large and 20th century: the style is described as “Free Tudor”, and a notable vertical accent is demonstrated by the 4 storey tower at one end. The building is said, locally to be a copy of the old hall, but lacking its middle gables, although the similarities with the print are not immediately obvious.

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