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Stirk House Hotel, Gisburn

Description: Stirk House Hotel

Grade: II
Date Listed: 16 November 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 183379

OS Grid Reference: SD8116448173
OS Grid Coordinates: 381164, 448173
Latitude/Longitude: 53.9293, -2.2883

Location: Gisburn, Lancashire BB7 4LJ

Locality: Gisburn
Local Authority: Ribble Valley Borough Council
County: Lancashire
Country: England
Postcode: BB7 4LJ

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Listing Text


SD 811 481

4/60 Stirk House Hotel (Formerly listed as
16-11-1954 Stirk House)

- II

Hotel, formerly house, early C17th. Sandstone rubble with roofs of slate
and stone slate. 2 storeys with attics. The south facade comprises 2
adjacent gables with a gabled porch of 2½ storeys in front of their junction.
Set back to the left is a taller narrow gabled tower, possibly containing a
stair. Continuous drip courses on ground and 1st floors, the 1st floor of
the porch oversailing on a cyma-moulded string. Windows mullioned with outer
chamfer and inner hollow chamfer. To the left of the porch are windows of 2
and 6 lights, with windows of 2 and 5 lights on the 1st floor. The attic
has a blocked 2-light window. To the right of the porch is one of 6 lights,
with one of 5 lights on the 1st floor and a blocked 2-light attic window.
The tower at the left has its ground floor covered by modern buildings, a
blank 1st floor, and a blocked 2-light attic window. The porch has a 3-light
1st floor window and a blocked attic light. The outer doorway is moulded
with an elliptical arch. The inner doorway, also moulded, has a Tudor
arch. All the gables have copings, kneelers, and apex finials. The east
wall has some double-chamfered mullioned windows. Adjoining to the east
is a wing probably of later C19th date in a similar style, having 3 bays
facing south with mullioned windows, 2 having gables. At the rear are
modern extensions. Interior said to have been gutted by fire in the C20th,
but western room has a wide chamfered fireplace with segmental arched head.
Re-set within it is a cyma-moulded fireplace with Tudor-arched head.

Listing NGR: SD8116448173

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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