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Oldfallings Hall

Early Notes
An attractive and Historical COUNTRY MANSION formerley the residence of the Gough family built about the reign of Charles I; with facade and staircase added about the reign of Queen Anne.The gardens enlarged and improved by the present owner (SIR RICHARD PAGET, BART,)
The house is approached from Oldfallings lane by two carriage drives with one entrance Lodge a total of 11 acres 1 rood 9 and a quarter perches.

In 1916 the hall was offered for sale by the Paget family, and was finally sold in 1925 and became St Chad’s College a Catholic boys school until 1977, when its status changed to a mixed comprehensive school.

Below the old cellar head.