Wadlands Hall, Priesthorpe Road, Farsley :: Shared Description

Wadlands Farm and Wadlands Cottage once known as Wadlands Hall. A large timber - framed aisled barn once existed here that was thought to date to the late 15th century. Unfortunately despite been a listed building the barn was demolished in the 80ís. It is thought that Wadlands Hall may not be complete, and that the large 19th century block adjoining the 18th century may have replaced a Medieval house that originally stood there. It is thought that both the barn and the house may have been associated with a manorial complex.
by Mark Stevenson
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SE2135 : Wadlands Hall, Priesthorpe Road, Farsley by Mark Stevenson
SE2135 : Wadlands Hall Cottages, Priesthorpe Road, Farsley by Mark Stevenson
SE2135 : Wadlands Hall, Priesthorpe Road, Farsley by Mark Stevenson
SE2135 : Wadlands Hall, Priesthorpe Road, Farsley, Leeds by Mark Stevenson
SE2135 : Wadlands Hall, Priesthorpe Road, Farsley by Mark Stevenson
SE2135 : Wadlands Hall, Priesthorpe Road, Farsley, Leeds by Mark Stevenson


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Created: Tue, 28 Jun 2016, Updated: Tue, 28 Jun 2016

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