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Description: G F S Room. All Hallows. Askwith House.
Date Listed: 4 October 1973
English Heritage Building ID: 103856
OS Grid Reference: ST6368716432
OS Grid Coordinates: 363687, 116432
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9462, -2.5183
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1625 (North-East Side)
G F S Room.
ST 6316 1/30
The G F S Room is a long stone barn with slate roof forming part of the
group. From left hand end to right hand, small left door with double ledged
doors below; ledged stud door with lintel; 3 blocked openings; at right
hand end, 3-light sash window without glazing bars.
All Hallows and Askwith House form a wide 2-storey 5-window front. Coursed
rubble. C17 probably. All Hallows has 3 window front. Left hand 2 windows,
both above and below, are sash windows with glazing bars intact. At right
hand end on first floor, a paired sash; on ground floor, C17 doorway with
moulded stone jambs and roughly 4-centred arch to head. Double doors,
each of 3 panels with top 2 panels fielded. Askwith House has a 2-window
front. New or restored stone mullioned windows. Two 3-light windows above;
below to left hand, 2-light window coupled with four-centred doorway.
To right hand, 4-light mullioned window with dripmould over. At right
hand end, narrow stone rubble with parapet connects Askwith House and Nowell
House; ledged studded door within it. Exposed beams and C18 panelling
Pineska, Salem, No 7, G F S Room, All Hallows, Askwith House, Nowell House,
Digby Estate Nos 207, 208 and 209 and two outbuildings to South of Digby
Estate No 209 form a group with west return of Premises occupied by Mr
Hunt, Trendle Street.
Listing NGR: ST6368716432
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Source: English Heritage
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