Listed Buildings in Hathern (extracted from following websites Nov. 8th 206

From: charnwood.gov

and britishlistedbuildings

The descriptions below describe the salient features of the buildings as they were at the date of listing. They are given to aid identification; it is not intended to be either comprehensive or exclusive.

Statutory Listing covers all parts of the property and its curtilage, ie all internal and external elements whether described or not.

Baptist Chapel, Anchor Lane, Hathern (Locally Listed)

Listed on Thu 17th June, 2004

Address Baptist Chapel Anchor Lane Hathern LE12 5HX
Grade Locally Listed
Description General Baptist Chapel. Plaque states ?rebuilt 1880?. Austere utilitarian styling. Red brick with brick dentil detail at eaves. 2 storeys. Segmental and pointed brick arched heads to openings, Casement windows set within deep reveals. Hipped roof. Clay or concrete tiles appear recent. One of four nonconformist chapels within the village, but the only one outside the conservation area.

The Rectory, Church Street, Hathern (Grade II)

Listed on Mon 15th March, 1965

Address The Rectory, West House and South Corner Church Street Hathern LE12 5LA
Grade Grade II
Description Rectory, now 3 houses; early C19, red brick, hipped roof of Swithland slate, 2 storeys, 5 window range, 1-3-1, centre projecting under pediment with triangular panel. Cambered headed doorway on right hand side of centre, with 6-panel door and rectangular overlight in panelled recess. 12-pane sash windows. Two storey C19 extensions to left. C20 single storey bay to right. Ground floor right hand side windows replaced.

The Village Cross, Cross Street, Hathern (Grade II*)

Listed on Mon 15th March, 1965

Address The Village Cross Church Street Hathern LE12 5LB
Grade Grade II*
Description Cross shaft, medieval, ashlar, raised on 4 tall stone steps. Square base becoming octagonal shaft. C19 capital. Scheduled ancient monument.

Hathern Village Cross, Cross Street, Hathern (Ancient Monument)

Listed on Fri 12th July, 1996

Category Scheduled Ancient Monument
Address Hathern Village Cross Church Street/Cross Street, Hathern Hathern

DescriptionThe monument includes the village cross at the junction of Church Street and Cross Street - a standing stone cross of medieval and later date. The cross which is Listed Grade II stands at the junction of two roads and includes a base consisting of four steps and a socket stone, the shaft and an ornamental head. The steps are square in plan and constructed of ashlar blocks. On the uppermost step stands the socket stone which is square in section at the base. The corners of this large stone block are chamfered so that the top of the stone is roughly octagonal in section. Set into the centre of the socket stone is the shaft of square section at its base rising through chamfered corners in tapering octagonal section. The lower half of the shaft represents the remains of the original medieval shaft whilst the upper portion is thought to date from the 19th century when the cross was restored. The head of the cross takes the form of a moulded capital and also dates from the 19th century. The full height of the cross is approximately 5.5m. The surface of the road immediately surrounding the cross is excluded from the scheduling although the ground beneath is included.

No. 1 Derby Road, Hathern (Locally Listed)

Listed on Thu 17th June, 2004

Category Locally Listed Building
Address No. 1 Derby Road Hathern LE12 5LD
Description Substantial Victorian House. Perhaps c.1850. Red brick with stone quoins and dressings. Hipped slate roof penetrated by tall brick eaves stacks with corbelled heads and stone pots. Elaborate dentilated stone cornice incorporating feature corbel brackets, dressed under overhanging eaves. 2 storeys. Symmetrical main elevation with central door. Door opening dressed with white painted stone quoins and surmounted by simple entablature on corbel brackets. Chamfered bay windows each side of door, carried on stone corbels. 3 No first floor windows centrally placed above GF openings with white painted stone lintols and projecting cills carried on stone corbel brackets. Generally two paned vertical sash windows sub-divided with vertical glazing bars in the ratio 1:2:1.

No. 31 Derby Road, Hathern (Locally Listed)

Listed on Thu 17th June, 2004

Category Locally Listed Building
Address No. 31 Derby Road Hathern LE12 5LD
Description Private House. Early C19. Perhaps c.1830/40. Georgian/Regency influenced styling. Red/yellow patterned brickwork. Pitched slate roof. Gable stacks. 3 storeys. Flat arches to 1st and 2nd floor window openings, formed from stone voussoirs with feature keystones. Flat roofed chamfered bays to GF symmetrically arranged either side of neoclassical entrance porch. Upper windows centred over GF bays and entrance.

South Lodge, Whatton House, Derby Road, Hathern (Locally Listed)

Listed on Thu 17th June, 2004

Address South Lodge, Whatton House Derby Road Hathern LE12 5BG
Grade Locally Listed
Description Lodge to Whatton House. Early C19. Stripped Classical styling possibly by John Johnson, designer of Whatton House. Ashlar. Hipped slate roof with deep eaves carried on shaped timber supports. Stone? ridge and hip tiles. Central ridge stack with 5 shafts and terra cotta pots. Single storey. Main elevation in 3 bays. Projecting centre bay with panelled entrance door and 15 pane casement window either side. One 20 paned casement window centred within each of flanking bays. All openings with projecting stone casings. ?Ears? support horizontal moulded pediment. Inappropriate fencing.

Dovecote, Dishley Grange Farmyard, Derby Road, Loughborough (Grade II)

Listed on Mon 5th November, 1984

Address Dovecote, Dishley Grange Derby Road, Dishley Loughborough LE11 5SF
Grade Grade II
Description Dovecote, late C18, square plan, stone plinth, red brick with raised band, brick dentil cornice, pyramidal slate roof, white painted lantern.

Dishley Grange, Derby Road, Loughborough (Grade II)

Listed on Mon 5th November, 1984

Address Dishley Grange Dishley Loughborough LE11 5SF
Grade Grade II
Description House; 1845 (CMP and 1845 on shields in gables) rebuilding of earlier house. Brick with stone dressings, slate roof. Two storey, 4 window range, 1-2-1 coped gabled projection left and right. Sash windows (tripartite to ground floor) with glazing bars. Four panel door, rectangular fanlight above, and hoodmould with head stops. Previous house was home of Robert Bakewell, pioneer agriculturalist.

Milestone, West of Dishley Grange, Derby Road, Loughborough (Grade II)

Listed on Mon 5th November, 1984

Address Milestone, West of Dishley Grange Dishley Loughborough LE11 5SF
Grade Grade II
Description Milestone, made by ?Gamble?, early C19, cast iron painted white with lettering painted black. Triangular prism with label above. Faces inscribed ?To London 111? and ?Derby 15?, label inscribed ?Loughbro 2?.

All Saints Church (Remains of), Dishley, Grounds of Dishley Grange, Derby Road, Loughborough (Ancient Monument)

Category Scheduled Ancient Monument
Address All Saints Church (remains of), Dishley Grounds of Dishley Grange, Derby Road, Loughborough Loughborough
Grade Ancient Monuments
Description Unfortunately, there is no description of this Monument.

Listing Text

SK 52 SW DERBY ROAD
2/35 DISHLEY
(north side)

15.3.65 Ruins of All Saints
Church (formerly listed
as Ruins of Old Parish
Church)

II


East, north and south walls of ruined aisle-less church, C12/C13; rubble stone with
ashlar dressings. Triple lancet east window. North wall: round-headed doorway with
semi-circular hoodmould, plank door. South wall (from east to west) lancet, blocked
round-headed doorway, ogee-headed lancet, base of porch. Interior has remains of

23 Dovecote Street, Hathern (Grade II)

Listed on Mon 5th November, 1984

Address No. 23 Dovecote Street Hathern LE12 5HS
Grade Grade II
Description House; C17 and later. Stone plinth, timber framed, west front roughcast, south gable end partly rebuilt in brick. Swithland slate roof, 3 ridge stacks. Two storey, box frame, 3 window range. C20 door, 3-light horizontally sliding sash windows to 1st floor. Canted addition to north. East front has timber framed gabled dormer and outshut.

Barn to the Elms, Dovecote Street, Hathern (Grade II)

Listed on Mon 21st January, 1974

Address Barn to The Elms Dovecote Street Hathern LE12 5HS
Grade Grade II
Description Barn, now houses. C17, stone plinth, timber framed with brick infill, C20 concrete pantile roof. Eight bay box frame with angle struts, converted to houses 1982. Some 1982 window openings.

Dales Farmhouse, Narrow Lane, Hathern (Grade II)

Listed on Mon 15th March, 1965

Address Dales Farmhouse Dovecote Street Hathern LE12 5LH
Grade Grade II
Description House; late C18 or early C19. Red brick, hipped plain tile roof. Two storeys and attic, double fronted, 5 window range. 12-pane sash windows to ground and 1st floors, attic has three 6-pane sash windows. Central pediment doorcase with rectangular fanlight having 3 round headed lights. Six panel door in panelled recess. Diamond set brick eaves and brick dentils.

Meadow Farmhouse, 45 Dovecote Street, Hathern (Grade II)

Listed on Mon 5th November, 1984

Address No. 45 (Meadow Farmhouse) Dovecote Street Hathern LE12 5HS
Grade Grade II
Description Farmhouse, ?1799 W & L Car? on brick, attic storey possibly later. Red brick, slate roof, brick end stacks. Two storeys and attic, double fronted, 3 window range, with 2 storey single window wing to right hand side. C19 pedimented doorcase carried on brackets. Ground and 1st floors have rubbed brick window heads and 12-pane sashes (central 1st floor window replaced by casement). Semi-circular attic windows). Brick dentil cornice.

The Elms, Dovecote Street, Hathern (Grade II)

Listed on Mon 21st January, 1974

Address The Elms Dovecote Street Hathern LE12 5HS
Grade Grade II
Description House; early C19, red brick, C20 concrete tile roof. Two storeys, double fronted, 1-1-1. Centre slightly projecting under pediment. Cornice with flat brackets in frieze, blocking course. Central open pedimented doorway with pilasters and radiating fanlight. Six panel door. Rubbed brick window heads, 12 pane sashes.

Church of St Peter and St Paul, Church Street, Hathern (Grade II*)

Listed on Mon 15th March, 1965

Address Church of St Peter and St Paul Green Hill Hathern LE12 5LA
Grade Grade II*
Description Church, C14 nave, chancel and 3-stage west tower, C14/C15 nave arcades. C19 north transept, porch and thorough restoration. Rubble stone with ashlar dressings, slate roof. Four bay nave. Three bay chancel. C19 ?decorated? tracery, clerestory of spherical triangles. Octagonal arcade piers, wooden “angel” roof.

All Saints Church (Remains of), Dishley, Grounds of Dishley Grange, Derby Road, Loughborough (Ancient Monument)

Category Scheduled Ancient Monument
Address All Saints Church (remains of), Dishley Grounds of Dishley Grange, Derby Road, Loughborough Loughborough
Grade Ancient Monuments
Description Unfortunately, there is no description of this Monument.

Listing Text

SK 52 SW DERBY ROAD
2/35 DISHLEY
(north side)

15.3.65 Ruins of All Saints
Church (formerly listed
as Ruins of Old Parish
Church)

II


East, north and south walls of ruined aisle-less church, C12/C13; rubble stone with
ashlar dressings. Triple lancet east window. North wall: round-headed doorway with
semi-circular hoodmould, plank door. South wall (from east to west) lancet, blocked
round-headed doorway, ogee-headed lancet, base of porch. Interior has remains of
piscina, sedilia, aumbry. Slate grave slabs including those to the Bakewell family
C20 slate slab commemorating Robert Bakewell on north wall.

Anchor Inn, Loughborough Road, Hathern (Grade II)

Listed on Mon 5th November, 1984

Address No. 74 Anchor Inn Loughborough Road Hathern LE12 5JB
Grade Grade II
Description Lodge, gates and railings. Mid C19, Gothic Revival. Lodge: of brick with stone dressings, ?fishscale? slate roof with gable end to road and subsidiary gable over entrance. One storey, single room, canted bay to east, arched entrance to south with hoodmould and head stops, and corbel above supporting wooden bracket. Decorative bargeboards. Gates and railings of cast iron, painted black and gold. Square gate piers with fleur de lys finials. Ornamental railings incorporating elongated cusped quatrefoils in panels.

Listing Text

SK 52 SW LOUGHBOROUGH ROAD
2/56 HATHERN
(north side)

No 74 (Anchor Inn)

II


Public house; C18, rendered and painted cream, hipped C19 slate roof. Brick stack.
Three-storey, 5 window range. Raised band between 1st and 2nd floors. Sash windows
with glazing bars. Panelled shutters to ground floor windows. Shallower 2nd floor
of 3 shallow recesses alternating with windows. Wooden eaves. C20 porch. Lower
C19 addition to right-hand side, brick, painted cream, slate roof. Brick extension
to rear with Swithland slate and plain tile roof and unglazed ventilators to 1st
floor.

Lodge to Garendon Park, Loughborough Road, Hathern (Grade II)

Listed on Mon 5th November, 1984

Address Lodge to Garendon Park Loughborough Road Hathern LE12 5JB
Grade Grade II
Description Lodge, 1840s by William Railton, white brick with red sandstone dressings, fishscale slate roof, diagonally set brick stacks (rebuilt). ?Tudor Gothic? manner. Two storeys. Right hand side has gabled projection with 3 light rectangular window with mullions and transom and glazing bars, beneath hoodmould, to ground floor, and similar 2 light window to 1st floor. Left hand side has gabled porch with arched entrance and shield of arms over.

48 Narrow Lane, Hathern (Grade II)

Listed on Mon 5th November, 1984

Address No. 46 and 48 Narrow Lane Hathern LE12 5LH
Grade Grade II
Description House; ?AC 1666? on window frame. Stone plinth, red brick, plain tile roofs. T-plan with ?Vertical? parallel to street. Two storeys, 2 windows in range parallel to street. Regularly spaced but mixed fenestration. Gable end to street has 2-light leaded window (with date carved above) to ground floor and 3-light unglazed moulded timber opening in plinth. Rear has been rebuilt.

60 Narrow Lane, Hathern (Grade II)

Listed on Thu 15th March, 1984

Address No. 58 and 60 Narrow Lane Hathern LE12 5LH
Grade Grade II
Description House, C17 and C19 addition to left hand side. Roughcast stone plinth, timber framed, brick infill panels, thatched roof, gable end to street. C19 addition of brick. Two storeys. Timber framed part has mixed fenestration including one 3-light moulded timber opening (similar to the one in the plinth of no. 46) in gable end to street, at attic level. C19 wing has 2 cambered headed windows.

37 Wide Lane, Hathern (Grade II)

Listed on Mon 15th March, 1965

Address No. 37 Wide Lane Hathern LE12 5LN
Grade Grade II
Description House (previously 3 houses, Nos 33, 35 and 37). C17 and later. Raised on very tall granite plinth. Two storeys throughout. Original house timber framed, with angle struts and white painted infill panels, and two 3-light horizontally sliding sash windows with glazing bars. One bay brick extension to right hand side with raised brick and across gable end, rendered front. C18 brick cottage to left hand side, probably originally separated from timber framed house by distance of gap in plinth, with later one bay brick extension to extreme left. Rendered front. C20 pantile roof across entire house. Dormers.

41 Wide Lane, Hathern (Grade II)

Listed on Mon 15th March, 1965

Address No. 41 Wide Lane Hathern LE12 5LN
Grade Grade II
Description House; C17; raised on very tall granite plinth, timber framed with white painted plaster infill panels, C20 plain tile roof. West end rebuilt in brick and porch added C20. Two storey. Seven bay box frame with curved angle struts. Four C20 three light windows.

53 Wide Lane, Hathern (Grade II)

Listed on Mon 5th November, 1984

Address No. 53 (Stints Farm) Wide Lane Hathern LE12 5LN
Grade Grade II
Description House, C16/C17, timber framed with brick infill (some brick nogging - mainly C20) part rendered, slate roof, brick stacks. Two storey, box frame with angle struts. Gabled cross wing to left hand side and a lower, projecting wing to the left of this. C20 porch. Mixed C20 fenestration. Exposed beams inside have reeded chamfers.

Stone House, Hathern

Description: Stone House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 5 November 1984

Listing Text

SK 5022 WIDE STREET
(South side), Hathern
261/7/91
Stone House

05.11.1984 II


House. Late C16 or early C17, late C18, restored late C20. Rubble stone walls, with plinth and quoins. Timber-framed gables with brick nogging and plain tile roofs. Two ridge chimney stacks and single side wall stack. Two parallel ranges, gable ends to street, with 1797 cross wing at rear. Two-storeys and attic.
Street front has slightly recessed brick centre with 4-centred arched door and 2-light casement above. Either side gables have 3-light casements on the ground floor and 2-light windows above. Smaller 2-light casements in attic.
North-east wall has 3-light casement to left and 2-light casement to right, above two 2-light casements.
South-west wall blank.
Rear wall has glazed late C20 consevatory across right wing. Left section masked by later lowere rendered addition.
INTERIOR retains much of basic plan with some original chamfered oak spin beams. Inglenook fireplace with chamfered bressemer survives in present dining room.
Roofs retain original timber structure, trusses have simple collar and some arched braces and original purlins. Lime-ash floors to attics.
A building was reputedly built in 1402 as a hunting lodge on this site.

Stone House, Wide Street, Hathern (Grade II)

Listed on Mon 5th November, 1984

Address No. 17 (Stone House) Wide Street Hathern LE12 5JQ
Grade Grade II
Description House, C16 or C17, rubble stone walls, timber framed gables with brick infill, plain tile roofs. Two parallel ranges, gable ends to street, with 1797 (dated by coins) cross wing at rear. Two storeys and attic. Collar and tie beam roofs with wind braces. Reed and plaster floors. Some exposed beams have chamfers with decorated stops. C20 central brick entrance. C20 mullioned windows.

Listing Text

SK 5022 WIDE STREET
(South side), Hathern
261/7/91
Stone House

05.11.1984 II


House. Late C16 or early C17, late C18, restored late C20. Rubble stone walls, with plinth and quoins. Timber-framed gables with brick nogging and plain tile roofs. Two ridge chimney stacks and single side wall stack. Two parallel ranges, gable ends to street, with 1797 cross wing at rear. Two-storeys and attic.
Street front has slightly recessed brick centre with 4-centred arched door and 2-light casement above. Either side gables have 3-light casements on the ground floor and 2-light windows above. Smaller 2-light casements in attic.
North-east wall has 3-light casement to left and 2-light casement to right, above two 2-light casements.
South-west wall blank.
Rear wall has glazed late C20 consevatory across right wing. Left section masked by later lowere rendered addition.


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