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Description: Hall Farmhouse
Date Listed: 11 January 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 192735
OS Grid Reference: TF0329145660
OS Grid Coordinates: 503291, 345660
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9983, -0.4624
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TF 04 NW SOUTH RAUCEBY Off RAUCEBY DROVE
2/100 Hall Farmhouse
Farmhouse. 1841. Probably by William Burn. Limestone ashlar, slate roofs
with corbelled eaves, raised stone coped gables with moulded kneelers. 2
diamond set gable and a pair of ridge ashlar stacks with moulded cornices.
L-plan. Single storey plus attics 2 bay entrance front having off centre
planked door in a Tudor arched surround contained in a gabled porch. To
left is a 2 light window. In the roof is a single gabled through eaves
dormer with moulded corbels, blank shield to gable and ashlar cheeks.
Windows are glazing bar casements with chamfered surrounds and mullions. In
the projecting left hand wall is a further 2 light ground floor window and
a through eaves dormer with a shield bearing the date 1841 to the gable.
This is the home farm to South Rauceby Hall, built for A. Peacock Wilson.
Listing NGR: TF0329145660
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Source: English Heritage
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