Description: Great Limber School and House
Date Listed: 24 January 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 196654
OS Grid Reference: TA1407109046
OS Grid Coordinates: 514071, 409046
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5656, -0.2791
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TA 10 NW GREAT LIMBER BROCKLESBY ROAD
5/107 Great Limber
School and School
Primary School and house, 1849, extended 1895. Yellow brick with
ashlar and terracotta dressings, slate roof with overhanging
verges having decorated barge boards and projecting eaves with
carved brackets, 2 triple tunnelled terracotta decorated ridge
stacks on school hall, one paired ridge stack and a similar
paired wall stack on the school house. T-plan, with house forming
cross wing beyond the long axis of the school hall. 7 bay facade
with plinth, the house to left of 2 storeys, the hall of one only.
Off centre four-centred arched door in porch link between the
house and hall having a raised coped gable. To left is a
single canted bay window with ashlar surround and slate roof with
lead dressings. To right 5 bays of ashlar cross mullioned top
hung casements in plain surrounds. In the first floor of the
house is a single cross mullioned window. To right side of
school hall is a porch, and on the ridge a metal ventilator.
Listing NGR: TA1407109046
Source: English Heritage
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