Hodroyd Hall

Hodroyd Hall at South Hiendley in the parish of Felkirk near Barnsley in West Yorkshire, England is an Elizabethan manor house currently used as 3 dwellings. It is Grade II listed.[1]

Hodroyd Hall
Postcard of Hodroyd Hall, West Yorkshire, c1915.jpg
Postcard of Hodroyd Hall c. 1915
Hodroyd Hall is located in West Yorkshire
Hodroyd Hall
Hodroyd Hall
Location within West Yorkshire
OS grid referenceSE3906812752
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CountryEngland
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
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53°36′36″N 1°24′40″W / 53.6099°N 1.411°W / 53.6099; -1.411Coordinates: 53°36′36″N 1°24′40″W / 53.6099°N 1.411°W / 53.6099; -1.411

It is built with sandstone, has stone slate roofs, and originally had a rectangular floor plan. Additions have been made at the rear of the building. The building is two-and-a-half storeys, and the principal facade faces west.[1]

HistoryEdit

The Hoydroyd estate was acquired from Nostell Priory by the Gargrave family in the 16th century, and subsequently in the 17th century by Richard Berrie (by marriage), whose wife Prudence endowed the school at the Church of St Peter, Felkirk.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Historic England. "Hodroyd Hall  (Grade II) (1227514)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 9 February 2019.