Description: Langford Hall
Date Listed: 16 January 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 242667
OS Grid Reference: SK8233757444
OS Grid Coordinates: 482337, 357444
Latitude/Longitude: 53.1078, -0.7715
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1/32 Langford Hall
Country house, c.1780/90 by John Carr of York for the Duncombes. Red
brick under a hipped slate roof with ashlar dressings and standing on an
ashlar plinth. 2½ storeys. Symmetrical facade of 5 bays, the central
3 bays slightly project and are surmounted by a pediment with ashlar
cornice and swag. The central doorway is on a platform of 5 steps up.
The porch has Doric columns supporting a fluted frieze and pediment with
decorated cornice. There is a 6 panelled door, the borders of the panels
having fluted carving with patera to the corners. The architrave comprises
2 columns supporting an arch with traceried fanlight under. Either side of
the doorway are 2 glazing bar sashes, with 5 similar sashes above and 5
smaller but similar sashes to the 2nd floor. Those of the 1st floor have
stone balusters under, with a double band of ashlar running under the balu-
sters and a single band over, these bands extend across the whole of the
frontage. A single ashlar band runs under the ground floor windows.
The top floor windows have ashlar sills. There is a single storey brick
extension to the rear. Interior, has good original fireplaces, doors,
architraves and coving. The contemporary staircase is lit by a large
Listing NGR: SK8233757444
Source: English Heritage
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