Oakworth Hall

    Oakworth Hall, Oakworth, near Keighley.


John Butterfield was living here at the time of his death.

The road in front of the hall (actually the back), originally ran through the farmyard of the hall.
The farm buildings have now disappeared and replaced by a busy road.

The photograph has been edited to remove later buildings which have been built to the left of the hall. Road signs, markings and a bollard, have also been removed.

Oakworth Hall is a Grade II listed building



KEIGHLEY COLNE ROAD SE 0238 and SE 0338 (south side) 18/38 Oakworth.


Oakworth Hall (now incorporates nos.69 and 71 (formerly listed as 2 items: Oakworth Hall and no.69 Oakworth Hall)

House. Dated 'WC 1702'. Dressed stone, stone slate roof. 2 storeys. Doorway with moulded lintel, spiral-patterned, and a carved stone above with a horseman, dogs and two masks. Small double-chamfered mullion windows, some altered, some later windows. Kneelers, coping. 3 stacks with moulded strings. Rear: chamfered doorway with shaped, dated lintel and later gabled porch. Two double-chamfered mullion windows to ground floor and 3 above, of 2, 3 and 4 lights. Right return has large inscribed stone tablet dated July 1843, stating that providence Lane (which begins here) is a private road to Providence Mill.

Listing NGR: SE0324438779