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Lyndon Hall, Lyndon

Description: Lyndon Hall

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 14 June 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 186993

OS Grid Reference: SK9069904363
OS Grid Coordinates: 490699, 304363
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6295, -0.6614

Location: 11 Post Office Lane, Lyndon, Rutland LE15 8TU

Locality: Lyndon
County: Rutland
Country: England
Postcode: LE15 8TU

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Listing Text

SK 90 SW CHURCH ROAD (South Side)

6/154 Lyndon Hall



Mansion. 1671-3. By John Sturges for Sir Abel Barker. Ashlar with plinth,
rusticated quoins, 1st floor band, coved cornice and stone dressings,
and Collyweston slate hipped roof with 4 moulded stone central valley
stacks ornamented with rusticated quoins and blank arches. Square plan,
the 3 principal fronts similar. 2½ storeys of 7 mullion and transom 2-light
windows, the ground floor lowered, probably mid C19. Moulded stone frames
and sills. 3 2-light dormers above, the central with semi-circular gable.
The central 1st floor window projects slightly and has shouldered frame
and carved volutes either side. In middle of entrance front a mid C19
square entrance porch in similar style, a rounded arch on each side,
open to front, glazed to sides. Carved consoles support cornice with
balustrade over. 2 leaved part-glazed door within. In centre of left
garden front a doorway filled mid C19 with window similar to rest. Open
scrolled pediment over. In centre of rear garden front similar doorway
with 2 leaved part-glazed door up 2 stone stops. On left end of this
front a mid C19 1 storey extension. Mid C19 interior. Pevsner and Colvin.

Listing NGR: SK9069904363

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Source: English Heritage

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