CROSLAND HILL ROAD (West Side). Crosland Moor, Crosland Hall. Early C17. Hammer-dressed stone. Pitched stone slate roof. Two storeys. Oldest part has twin-gabled front. Central door with moulded surround and shallow-arched monolithic head indicates that it was built as one dwelling. But it may have been divided into two within 100 years, as the two flanking doors also appear to be C17 or early C18: viz, chamfered surrounds and hoodmoulds. All windows have double hollow-chamfered reveals and hoodmoulds, each with one light a sash. West gable has five-light mullioned and transomed window on first floor, seven-light mullioned and transomed window on ground floor. East gable has one six-light mullioned and transomed window on each. Central first floor two-light mullioned window. Two stone gargoyles one at valley, one at west end of west gable (suggesting a possible third gable further west). Tall stack at east end. Rear elevation has same gable arrangement. First floor has one five-light stone mullioned window in each gable, and one three-light stone mullioned window in centre. Ground floor has one six-light stone mullioned and transomed window in east gable, its correspondent blocked by one storey C18 or C19 pitched roofed extension. Extension to east: two storeys: probably early C18: rear has one range of four-light stone mullioned windows of same type as others: otherwise the mullions are of the C18 square-sectioned type (one three-light and one two-light on first floor at rear: one two-light on first floor at east end, together with blocked loading door and gable window: two ranges of three-light windows to front): coped gable end with moulded kneelers.