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Westhorpe Hall, Southwell

Description: Westhorpe Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 11 August 1961
English Heritage Building ID: 242524

OS Grid Reference: SK6874053637
OS Grid Coordinates: 468740, 353637
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0756, -0.9754

Location: Westhorpe, Southwell, Nottinghamshire NG25 0NE

Locality: Southwell
Local Authority: Newark and Sherwood District Council
County: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Postcode: NG25 0NE

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Listing Text


WESTHORPE, Westhorpe
1919-0/9/243 (North side)
11/08/61 Westhorpe Hall
(Formerly Listed as:
The Hall)


Country house, now flats. Late C18, altered early C19.
Converted to flats late C20. Stucco, with stone dressings and
hipped slate roofs. Plinth, moulded and rebated eaves. 5 side
wall and 2 ridge stacks. Windows are mainly glazing bar
sashes. Irregular eastern entrance front, 2 storeys, has an
off-centre hipped projection with recessed Classical porch
with 2 square piers and moulded cornice. Moulded 6-panel door
with fanlight and flanking lights. Above, a single sash. To
right, C19 hipped 2 storey addition with canted corner and 2
stone cross-casements on each floor. To left, a set back bay
with 2 sashes on each floor. To left again, a short hipped
wing, 2 storeys plus basement, with 3 mullioned casements and
above, a single sash on each floor. 7-window Gothick north
front, 2 storeys, has plinth and crenellated parapet.
Projecting centre has a single Gothick casement on each floor.
On either side, a shallow canted 2 storey bay window each with
a central French window flanked by single casements and above,
3 similar casements. Irregular west side has to left a canted
2 storey hipped wing with cross casements. To its right, a
hipped single storey billiard room. 3 storey south side, 5
windows, has a shallow-gabled Classical porch to right. This
building was the home of General Warrand, who played a part in
the Indian Mutiny.

Listing NGR: SK6874053637

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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