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Description: Gateway at Scampton House Farm in Field to West of House
Date Listed: 31 January 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 197024
OS Grid Reference: SK9449879481
OS Grid Coordinates: 494498, 379481
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3039, -0.5834
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SK 97 NW SCAMPTON off HIGH STREET
31-1-52 Farm, in field
to west of house
(Formerly listed as Old Hall
Gateway to Scampton Hall. Early C17. Ashlar. Semi-circular
headed rusticated arch with moulded imposts, segmental rear arch.
Flanked by paired studded Doric columns on rusticated pedestals,
supporting a frieze and broken segmental pediment topped by an
obelisk. Beneath the pediment is a plain oval panel, slightly
raised. In the frieze are groups of 3 guttae. The Hall is
demolished, and the gateway, built for Sir John Bolle after 1603,
is all that remains.
Listing NGR: SK9449879481
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Source: English Heritage
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