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Bank Hall


Features of Bank Hall's gardens and grounds are unknown at this time. Currently, the property is being restored.

Little is known about Bank Hall's gardens due to detrioration and neglect. However, there is information available about Bank Hall's house. Bank Hall is a two-and-a-half storey brick house, with roofs of Cumbrian slate. The Hall is located in former ornamental parkland. It has a north-facing entrance-front and south-facing garden-front. The earliest identifiable phase of the present building dates from the early-17th century. This phase is characterised by brick work in English garden-wall bond. The ground floor consists of a four-bay halls, with a parlour to the west. A wing containing two rooms is located to the east. Probably in the second quarter of the 17th century, a four-storey stair tower was added to the Hall. This retains its original open well staircase.

In 1832-33, the house was extensively remodelled. George Webster, a Kendal-based architect, remodelled the house in an early example of 19th-century Jacobean style. The main entrance porch, a drawing room wing, extensive service accommodation and the north wing were all added in this phase.

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Bank Hall, a large countryhouse, was built in the 17th century as a private residence. Currently, Bank Hall is undergoing a major restoration project.

Features & Designations


  • Manor House (featured building)
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Key Information





Principal Building

Domestic / Residential


Part: ground/below ground level remains

Civil Parish





  • E. Bennis and J. Dyke