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Description: Glentworth Hall
Date Listed: 25 October 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 196723
OS Grid Reference: SK9436388222
OS Grid Coordinates: 494363, 388222
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3824, -0.5828
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SK 98 NW GLENTWORTH COACHROAD HILL
4/32 Glentworth Hall
Large country house. c.1566, 1753 attributed to James Paine.
Coursed limestone rubble C16 rear range with 2 tall brick stacks;
red brick C18 front range with hipped slate roof and 4 small
ridge stacks and 4 stacks to rear. 2 storey, 11 bay front with
slightly projecting end bays and central 3 bays, the latter
crowned with pediment with modillion decoration. Ashlar plinth
ashlar first floor band and narrower upper band. Central ashlar
doorway with moulded doorcase, pediment, consoles and double
three-quarter glazed doors. Doorway flanked by 5 rectangular
windows on each side, that in the 3rd bay in on each side opened
up into French windows in C19. 11 windows above. Remains of
C16 rear range of 2 storeys and 4 irregular bays. Large gateway
with 4 centred moulded head with 4 light mullion and transom
window to left, and a small doorway with four centred head and
plank door beyond with small 3 light cross mullion window above.
Single 3 light cross mullion window above with 4 light cross
mullion window to right. 2 bays to the right set back a little
with C20 doorway to left with C20 window to right, with 2 similar
windows above. In a very severe state of dilapidation.
Interior seriously vandalised and now of no interest.
Listing NGR: SK9436388222
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Source: English Heritage
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