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Haygarth House, Babworth

Description: Haygarth House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 27 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 241031

OS Grid Reference: SK6856180735
OS Grid Coordinates: 468561, 380735
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3191, -0.9722

Location: Babworth Road, Babworth, Nottinghamshire DN22 8ES

Locality: Babworth
Local Authority: Bassetlaw District Council
County: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Postcode: DN22 8ES

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Listing Text

( south side )
6/3 Haygarth House


Residential training centre, formerly Rectory. Early to mid C19
and C20. Incorporating an earlier structure. Brick, stuccoed.
Slate roofs with ashlar coped gables and wooden barge boarding.
Single left gable stack and 3 Tudor style tall ridge stacks.
South front 2 storeys plus attic, 4 bays plus projecting wing and
2 storey canted bay, with conical lead roof and finial, cutting
across the re-entrant angle. This bay has a central doorway with
1/2 glazed door and overlight, flanked by single glazing bar
sashes. To the left is a single tripartite low glazing bar sash,
a single doorway with glazing bar door flanked by glazing bar
marginal lights and 2 glazing bar sashes. To the right, in the
gable end of the cross wing, is a single tripartite sash bow
window with Tudor style hoodmould over supported on wooden
brackets. Above, in the canted bay are 2 glazing bar sashes. To
the left are 4 glazing bar sashes, the right one being slightly
higher and larger. In the attic, breaking into the eaves, are 4
small gabled dormers with single glazing bar sashes and single
finials. The 2 storey east side of the cross wing, with 3 gables
with finials echoing the south front dormers and single Tudor
style stack, has 3 bays plus a 2 storey semicircular bowed window
bay to the right. Having 3 glazing bar sashes, that on the right
being larger and lower, with 3 low glazing bar sashes in the bow.
Above are 6 similar, smaller sashes. To the left of the south
front is an attached 2 storey slightly recessed 5 sided bay with
conical roof, having 3 glazing bar sashes and 2 similar sashes
above. Further left, attached, is a recessed lower 2 storey 2
bay wing having 2 glazing bar Yorkshire sashes, that on the right
being larger, with a larger similar sash above. Attached to the
left is a polygonal bay with conical roof, the former game-
larder, having single sash with Gothick arched glazing bars under
a pointed arched head and a doorway under a similar arch with
wooden door. To the rear of this bay is a similar sash. To the
rear are C20 wooden extensions.

Listing NGR: SK6856180735

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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