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Stubton Hall, Stubton

Description: Stubton Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 19 February 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 193975

OS Grid Reference: SK8755449003
OS Grid Coordinates: 487554, 349003
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0312, -0.6959

Location: Brandon Road, Stubton, Lincolnshire NG23 5DD

Locality: Stubton
Local Authority: South Kesteven District Council
County: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: NG23 5DD

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Listing Text


3/86 Stubton Hall

19.2.52 II

Large country house, now school. 1813-14 by Sir Jeffry Wyatville, C18.
Gault brick range with ashlar dressings and shallow hipped concrete tile roof
with parapet and 4 ridge stacks. Attached to north-west, a small gault
brick house with concrete tile roof and single ridge stack. Attached to
north-west of latter, late C18 red brick service wing with earlier red brick
service wing set back but attached to north-west. Both have shallow hipped
concrete tile roofs and various stacks, the earlier C18 wing with leaded
octagonal cupola. Main range, north west front of 2 storeys, 5 bays with
slightly projecting central 3 bays. Plain stone plinth, ashlar first floor
band and moulded eaves. 3 shallow steps lead up to central doorway with plain
C19 doorcase with brackets and 3/4 glazed C19 doors. Flanked by 2 windows
with 5 smaller first floor windows, all with glazing bar sashes. Large
central early C19 Tuscan portico, 3 columns deep with wall pilasters, thought
to come from Beckingham Hall. 2 storey 3 bay east return, with projecting
ground floor central bay with blocked window and small pediment. First floor
band and parapet. Central bay flanked by long windows with 3 smaller windows
above, all with glazing bar sashes. 2 storey, 5 bay south-west front, the
central 3 bays projecting in shallow ball. Ashlar plinth, first floor band
and parapet. Central ground floor bay has C17 ashlar semi-circle of Tuscan
columns which are paired against the wall, thought to come from Fenton Hall
or Beckingham Hall. Central bow has 3 long glazing bar sashes flanked by
single tripartite windows under segmental heads. Above are 5 small glazing
bar sashes. Plaque attached to south front inscribed "This house was erected
by Robert and Amelia Heron in the years 1813 and 1814. "Jeffery Wyatt, Architect."

Listing NGR: SK8755449003

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Source: English Heritage

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