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Description: Old School and School House
Date Listed: 21 June 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 196924
OS Grid Reference: TF0088375222
OS Grid Coordinates: 500883, 375222
Latitude/Longitude: 53.2644, -0.4889
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TF 07 NW NETTLEHAM HIGH STREET
5/52 Old School and
Former school and house, now used for community purposes. 1856.
Coursed squared rubble with ashlar dressings and slate roofs with
4 tall limestone stacks with chamfered corners and moulded
splayed tops. The main school block has a gabled bellcote at the
left hand end and is linked to the house at the other. In front
of the main range is a smaller parallel range of 4 bays. Single
storey with the house of of one and a half storeys, 8 bay irregular
facade with continuous moulded plinth. The main front has a
central shaped wall stack flanked by single 3 light casements
with chamfered mullions and ashlar surrounds. To the left is the
4 bay block with 2 pairs of 2 light casements. To the right is
an advanced gabled porch with planked door in pointed opening
with circular light over in octagonal ashlar surround. Beyond is
the gabled house block with a plain sash to both floors. These
openings have shaped ashlar lintels, and the first floor window
has a pointed relieving arch and herringbone masonry to the
tympanum. The 2 gables at the left hand end contain a further
planked door with circular light over matching that in the porch,
and a 2 light casement with mullions and ashlar surround with
circular opening contained in the tympanum. In the gable is a
lozenge of herringbone work and above the gabled bellcote. On
the ridges are 3 conical metal ventilators.
Listing NGR: TF0088375222
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Source: English Heritage
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