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Dial House, Chapel Street no. 12


Dial House, Chapel Street no. 12
Description:
2000 A view of Dial House built in 1720 and altered in 1755. The name Dial means a new turnpike, Halton Dial, on the road known as, the road to York. It is thought that the timbers in the roof of Dial House, which are the original, were from a sailing ship. The front elevation has the attractive variations in colour and tone of hand-moulded bricks. The house is on three storeys with elegant venetian windows at ground and first floor level. At the present, Dial House is operating as a safe house for local people experiencing a crisis in mental health. Dial House became a Grade III building in 1951.

User Comments:

Name:
Tim Driscoll

Comment:
Can anyone please tell me if this property ever belonged to a Mr Strickland who used to be a surgeon at the Leeds General Infirmary in the early 1900s?

Date:
10-Nov-2009

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Name:
Heather. Bogg

Comment:
Dr White the Dentist was there inthe 1950s to 1960s very Scary

Date:
12-Jan-2015

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