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Rufford Old Hall, located in Rufford, Lancashire, England, is a historic National Trust property. Its origins trace back to around 1530 when it was constructed for Sir Robert Hesketh. Today, only the Great Hall remains from its original structure.

Significant expansions and additions have shaped the hall's architecture over the centuries. In 1661, a brick-built wing in the Jacobean style was added perpendicular to the Great Hall, enhancing its layout. Another expansion occurred in the 1820s with the addition of a third wing.

Recognized for its historical significance, Rufford Old Hall holds the distinction of being a Grade I listed building as designated by English Heritage. Additionally, the cottage, coach house, and stables located within the courtyard at the rear of the hall hold a Grade II designation.

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