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Description: Folly at Brackenborough Hall
Date Listed: 17 November 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 195456
OS Grid Reference: TF3294890549
OS Grid Coordinates: 532948, 390549
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3950, -0.0021
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TF 39 SW HALL DRIVE
3/14 Folly at
Folly. 1863 re-using C14 fragments. Red brick, some greenstone
rubble, limestone ashlar. West side with pointed ashlar dressed
window to left and rectangular window to right, with 3 cusped
ogee headed lights, both with broad wooden lintels. North side
with large pointed arch of re-used window with moulded surround,
stub of tracery in head and hood mould. East side with moulded
arch with segmental head and hood mould. South side with
rectangular window with 2 cusped ogee headed lights and broad
wooden lintel. Folly open to air, raised on mound in south-west
corner of moated site. Medieval fragments taken from Fotherby
parish church, demolished 1863. Built for James Robson.
Listing NGR: TF3294890549
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Source: English Heritage
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