Hall is near to Stanbury, Elevation is 859ft.
Emily Bronte is said to have portrayed Ponden Hall as "Thrushcross
Grange" the home of the Linton family in "Wuthering
a 360 degree outside Ponden Hall here...
the door reads:
"The Old house now Standing was built by Robert
Heaton for his son Michael, Anno Domini 1634. The old Porch and
Peahouse was built by his Grandson Robert Heaton A.D 1680. The
present building was rebuilt by his descendant R.H.1801."
the gable end of the house, the tiny single paned window is
said to be the one Emily used in her novel from which the ghost
looked out of.
"I muttered, knocking my knuckles through
the glass, and stretching an arm out to seize the importunate
branch; instead of which, my fingers closed on the fingers of
a little, ice-cold hand!"
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
Hall in the 1920's
to Ponden Kirk & Ponden Clough taking in Ponden Hall here...