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Description: Ramshaw Hall
Date Listed: 14 September 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 111387
OS Grid Reference: NZ1531126494
OS Grid Coordinates: 415311, 526494
Latitude/Longitude: 54.6333, -1.7643
EVENWOOD AND BARONY RAMSHAW LANE
NZ 12 NE
5/22 Ramshaw Hall
House. Circa 1700, possibly incorporating an earlier building. Thinly rendered
sandstone with ashlar dressings and projecting quoins; rear wing sandstone
rubble with quoins; front range roof concrete tiles, with stone slates at front
eaves; rear wing and left extension pantiled. L-plan. 2 storeys, 6 bays with
small one-storey, one-bay left privy. Third bay is wider and contains narrow
window to left of 8-panel door in architrave under scroll-bracketed stone hood;
paired narrow windows above, trompe l'oeil over door. Plain stone surrounds to
windows, all sashes; most renewed with 12 or 4 panes; early C19 12-pane sashes
on first floor in 2 right bays. Steeply-pitched roof has 3 ashlar ridge chimneys
with plinths and cyma recta cornices. Right return has 2-light chamfered,stone-
mullioned attic window with leaded glazing; long 2-storey rear wing with
irregular fenestration, all renewed. Rear has 2-storey, 2-bay outshut with
2-light stone-mullioned window, under catslide roof; inner return of rear wing
blank on ground floor.
Interior: dogleg close-string stair with high grip handrail on diabolo balusters;
panelling of C17 proportions in entrance hall and room to left, the latter with
segmental-headed cupboards with shaped shelves and shell tops flanking plain
stone fire. Large stop-chamfered beams in 2 main rooms. Many panelled doors
Empty at time of survey.
Listing NGR: NZ1531126494
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Source: English Heritage
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