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Whitehall Farmhouse, Humberston

Description: Whitehall Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 17 September 1980
English Heritage Building ID: 164457

OS Grid Reference: TA3093206146
OS Grid Coordinates: 530932, 406146
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5357, -0.0259

Location: N Sea Lane, Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire DN35 0PS

Locality: Humberston
County: North East Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: DN35 0PS

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Listing Text

(north side)

3/16 Whitehall Farmhouse


Farmhouse. Early-mid C19 with minor later alterations. Grey brick in
Flemish bond with Welsh slate roof. Double-pile plan with main garden
front to south, entrance to west and service range to east. Stands to
west of accompanying farm buildings [qv). 2 storeys. South front: 3
bays, symmetrical. C20 widened central tripartite sash window beneath
soldier arch, flanked by 12-pane sashes with stone sills beneath
rubbed-brick flat arches, the sashes altered in C?O to make a top-hung
casement from the upper 3 panes. Similar windows to first floor. Hipped
roof. Pair of corniced ridge stacks. Left return forms 3-bay entrance
front with entrance to left of centre: recessed panelled door and
3-pane overlight with geometrical glazing bars in roll-moulded
architrave beneath flat arch; 12-pane sashes, some altered as on south
front. Right return: flush-panelled door with plain overlight, and
12-pane sash to left, beneath flat arches; single first-floor 12-pane
sash. Lower 2-storey wing with outshut to right has 3 flush-panelled
doors, two with ventilators, and wide 2-light sliding sashes to ground
floor, all beneath segmental arches; 3-light casement and 2-light
sliding sashes with glazing bars to first floor beneath cambered arches;
roof hipped to right, tall ridge stack. Interior: open well staircase
with column foot-newel post, stick balusters and grip handrail; panelled
doors and windows in architraves; original plain chimney pieces to
first-floor bedrooms. Empty and unoccupied, all windows boarded up at
time of resurvey.

Listing NGR: TA3093206146

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Source: English Heritage

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