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Description: The Old Hall
Date Listed: 3 February 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 195982
OS Grid Reference: TF3830569119
OS Grid Coordinates: 538305, 369119
Latitude/Longitude: 53.2012, 0.0691
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SAUSTHORPE SKEGNESS ROAD
TF 36 NE (north side)
7/56 The Old Hall
House. Late C15 with C16 and late C18 alterations. Render over
red brick with remains of timber frame. Slate roof. Single
ridge stacks to the outer projecting bays. Probably originally a
hall house. 2 storeys, 7 bays. The outer 2 bays on each side
project and are gabled. Central doorway with panelled door and
decorative fanlight. Either side are single reeded pilasters
supporting consoles and later projecting hood further supported
on 2 piers. Either side are 3 glazing bar sashes with 7 similar
sashes above, those to the central 3 bays of the first floor are
under segmental arches. Interior. Re-used C17 panelling to
entrance hall with scratched date of 1711 with some carved panels
and Ionic pilasters. Fireplace with- C16 bressumer part blocking
former larger brick and stone fireplace. 2 further inglenook
fireplaces in the hall and in the music room, the latter with
broach stops to chamfered beam. Dog leg staircase with C18
turned balusters. Some first floor rooms with late C18 fitted
grates. Many C17 and C18 panelled doors, some with butterfly or
L-H hinges, one with cock's-head hinges. 3 posts visible on the
ground floor. First floor room to right of the doorway with
several large posts, tie beams and curved braces. Further room
with bolection fireplace. Cupboard with fielded panels, fluted
pilasters and key block.
Listing NGR: TF3830569119
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Source: English Heritage
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