Whateley Hall, Kingsbury

Description of this historic site

Whateley Hall, a farmhouse of timber-frame construction, built during the Post Medieval period.

Notes about this historic site

1 A farmhouse, late 16th century main block with timber framed walls, wholly cemented. Around 1620 a brick built wing was added on the north west with stone dressings, which contains a small hall and a staircase with piered balustrades and scroll ornament. Also associated to the north-west, a large timber-framed barn, of which both courses are of dressed stone. There is a wall of stone blocks between the road and the farm buildings.
2 Listed Building description.

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