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The Hall Including Attached Walls and Outbuildings, Eastoft

Description: The Hall Including Attached Walls and Outbuildings

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 165381

OS Grid Reference: SE8045916304
OS Grid Coordinates: 480459, 416304
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6371, -0.7846

Location: Yorkshireside, Eastoft, North Lincolnshire DN17 4PA

Locality: Eastoft
County: North Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: DN17 4PA

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Listing Text

(west side)

4/1 The Hall including
attached screen walls and

- II

House, including attached screen walls and outbuildings. Dated 1789, with
early C19 alterations, including remodelling of east front,addition to
north-west, outhouses and screen wall; alterations of c1905. Red-brown
brick in Flemish bond, rendered to north side. Stone dressings. Slate
roof. Approximately rectangular on plan: C18 L-shaped section, originally
with 2-room, central entrance-hall south front (now 2 rooms), and 2-room
wing to rear right; early C19 alteration of rear wing to 2-room, central
entrance-hall east front, with screen wall and outhouses adjoining to right,
and addition in north-west angle incorporating former gardener's cottage. 2
storeys. Plinth. East front of 4 slightly irregular bays. Entrance has
flight of 4 stone steps with moulded nosings to Tuscan doorcase with
attached columns carrying entablature with pulvinated frieze, moulded
cornice and hood; 6-panel door (4 fielded panels over 2 flush beaded panels)
beneath pulvinated lintel and overlight incorporating central round light,
in panelled soffit and reveal. Single early C20 canted bay windows to
either side (that to right wider) with casements to front and single lights
to sides with small panes over plain glass, beneath moulded cornice and flat
hood. First floor: early C20 sashes with similar style of glazing to bay
windows, in original C19 flush wooden architraves with sills beneath
channelled and keyed cambered wedge lintels. Moulded wooden eaves cornice.
Hipped roof. Ridge stack to left of centre, right end stack with rebuilt
upper section. Stone-coped screen wall set back to right, ramped down to
twin gables of outhouses to far right, contains single square-headed and
round-headed entrances. South front, 3 bays, symmetrical: blocked central
entrance beneath cambered wedge lintel with datestone above inscribed 1789
(partly obscured by creeper), ground- and first-floor windows with C20
sashes similar to those of east front, in original flush wooden architraves
with sills beneath keyed cambered wedge lintels. Moulded wooden eaves
cornice. Hipped roof. C19 ridge stack, side wall stack to left. West side
has straight joint, early C19 6-fielded-panel door beneath overlight with
margin lights, varied fenestration, including tripartite ground-floor sash
with glazing bars, first-floor 24-pane sash stair window, early C20
segmental bowed oriel window; bell in wooden housing to first floor right.
Outhouses to north include former twin privy section with oculus to north
and coped parapets to north and south ramped up to each side. Interior.
Entrance hall has moulded cornice, round-arched openings to service passage
and stairhall with panelled soffits. Open-well staircase with wreathed
handrail and slender, slightly bulbed column-on-vase balusters, profiled
cheek-pieces. Main ground-floor rooms have moulded plaster cornices; marble
chimney-pieces to south rooms. Fielded-panel doors in architraves with
pulvinated panels and roundel ornament to the corners. First floor not

Listing NGR: SE8045916304

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Source: English Heritage

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