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Description: The Jungle
Date Listed: 7 September 1977
English Heritage Building ID: 192135
OS Grid Reference: SK8835268597
OS Grid Coordinates: 488352, 368597
Latitude/Longitude: 53.2071, -0.6786
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SK 86 NE EAGLE AND SWINETHORPE HARBY LANE
7.9.77 The Jungle
(formerly listed as
Folly at The Jungle)
Farmhouse, with folly facade. c1820. Built for Samuel Russell Collett. Facade to
farmhouse in the form of a sham castle built of overburnt bricks run together into
vitreous masses. 2 storey, with slate hiped roof. Square turret at one end, half
round one at other end, and 3 window bays between with central single storey
semi-circular porch. The window and door frames are made of oak branches forming
rough gothic ogee arches with twin lights with crazy Y-bars and leaded panes. The
branches forming the frames of the doorway and window above almost rejoin at the sill
forming an oval shape. The south turret has arrow-slits. The north turret has
pointed arch windows with sashes complete with glazing bars. The contemporary brick
built farmhouse behind has some similar windows and a new tile roof.
Listing NGR: SK8835268597
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Source: English Heritage
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