Panaramic view

Lindley Hall  | OS Grid Ref: 422351,449043  | Site classified as: Garden  | HPG Ref: 60086

Map Evidence

1851 OS
Hall shown with laid-out grounds/garden and orchard to S of buildings.
NB:-Pallisaded deer park, see map in possession of local archives (WY or NYCRO)
1893 OS
hall and orchard shown
1909 OS
Not shown
1956 OS
Hall shown without orchard
2006 OS
Not shown

Extract from Site Visit report

Site Description: Garden and orchard. Deer park
Site Access: View from adjacent road and footpath
Visibility: Difficult and partial
Micro climate: N/A
North boundary: Stone wall, comprises a decorative insert at 0.5m height, drip sill stepped with the lie of the land
South boundary: Stone wall 2m50
East boundary: Stone wall 2m50
West boundary: Not visible
Buildings: N/A
Walkways / Gateways / Paths etc: Not visible
Other man-made features: To the south, below the house and possible orchard site, lies a large area of terraced ground so as to form a flat platform bounded on the west by the remains of an old wall. In the field below, are the grassed over remains of a stone structure with an open southern entrance (kiln?). In the field across the road, a further grassed over stone building is visible (possible root store?)
Planting: 1 cherry and two other fruit trees visible over the wall
General Condition: Orchard trees not pruned, shrubs and bushes hanging over the wall
Possible contact: N/A
Other comments: :
Farmbuildings redeveloped recently. 'The Hayloft', 'the Tithe Barn' with 1 or 2 other houses corresponding to east and west wings of the house.
May repay more in depth study and examination of documentary record
Recorder: MAH/PW/DC
Date: 28/6/09

Extract from 1851 OS map centred on Site
Extract from OS Landranger map centred on Site
Extract from Google Map image map centred on Site
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