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HER Number: 9686
Record Type: Building
Name: Broughton Hall & The Court House, Broughton Poggs


  • Listed Building (II) 1053524: BROUGHTON HALL AND THE COURT HOUSE
Grid Reference: SP 234 037

Monument Type(s):


Former manor house, now 2 dwellings

Associated Monuments

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  • Description

    11/170 Broughton Hall and The Court House
    12/09/55 (Formerly listed as Broughton Hall)
    GV II
    Former manor house, now 2 dwellings. Central core is said to be C16 in origin, altered C17-early C18; south end extended and remodelled c.1800; C20 alterations and extensions to west side and north end. Coursed rubble limestone, the south wing roughcast. Stone slate and Welsh slate roofs. South front, of c.1800, is of 2 storeys and 7 bays, with ashlar plinth and coped parapet over moulded string. 3-pane sashes, the upper windows square and set in moulded architrave surrounds, possibly of Coade stone. Surround to right window is missing. Upper window in third bay has eared surround, and half-glazed door below with large overlight to match flanking sashes. Hipped roof. Cellar below left bays. East front has roughcast block to left, of 3 storeys and 3 bays, with ramped parapet. This block has large 2-light windows with chamfered stone mullions and C19-C20 sashes. C19-C20 canted bay window to ground floor right; early C19 6-panelled door to left with flanking single lights, reeded surround, and segmental arch over side ornamental fanlight. C20 Doric porch with flat cornice roof. To right of this block is older wing of 2 storeys, with restored mullion windows and C20 casements. C20 3-storey tower block at right end, also with ramped parapet. Interior: older wing has one mid C18 stone fireplace surround with keyblock and moulded cornice, and one fireplace with re-used bolection surround. This wing also has part of a chamfered timber wall post, mostly encased in later walling. Drawing room has good plaster panelling and moulded modillion cornice with rosettes. Interior otherwise much altered C20.
    Listing NGR: SP2340303764
    (1) Large, later additions at back. Converted into flats. Gazebo and garden walls c.1800
    (2) Faced in rough cast, parapet, 2 storeys, 7 sash windows stone mullion windows at side and sashes

    <1> Dept of Environment/DCMS, List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest, West Oxon List 123: 11/170, p.90 (Index). SOX260.

    <2> Pevsner, Nikolaus, 1974, The Buildings of England - Oxfordshire, p.499 (Bibliographic reference). SOX380.


    <1>Dept of Environment/DCMS. List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. West Oxon List 123: 11/170, p.90. [Index / SOX260]
    <2>Pevsner, Nikolaus. 1974. The Buildings of England - Oxfordshire. p.499. [Bibliographic reference / SOX380]