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Description: Buckminster Hall
Date Listed: 22 January 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 194238
OS Grid Reference: TF1176434043
OS Grid Coordinates: 511764, 334043
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8922, -0.3402
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BILLINGBOROUGH HIGH STREET
TF 1034-1134 (east side)
4/24 Buckminster Hall
Small country house. 1669, remodelled in late C19, C20. Coursed
limestone rubble, limestone ashlar, red brick. Slate roof with
stone coped north gable with ashlar gable stacks; double ridge
hipped slate roofs to C19 addition to north, with decorated eaves
and single brick lateral stack. C17 range to south with 2
storeys and attic and 4 bay front. Doorway to right with
projecting ashlar doorcase with moulded eaves, triangular headed
doorway with moulded keystone and interior glazed door with
glazing bars. Central brick bay window to right with 3 narrow
ashlar dressed plain sashes. 2 light ashlar dressed window to
left with narrow plain sahses. Canted brick bay window beyond
with 3 narrow ashlar dressed plain sashes. 4 plain sashes above
and moulded parapet. 3 dormer windows with off-centre flat
headed C19 glazing bar sash flanked by single 5 light C20
casements. Chimney inscribed "BTA DNI ANO 1669". 2 storey, 3
bay C19 brick addition to north with canted ashlar dressed bay
window to right with a central pair of glazed doors flanked by
single narrow plain sahes, alternating with pilasters with ornate
capitals. 2 ashlar dressed plain sahses to left with raised
keystones. Tripartite plain sash to right with ashlar surround
and raised keystone. 2 ashlar dressed plain sashes to left with
raised keystones. Interior of no interest.
Listing NGR: TF1176434043
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Source: English Heritage
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