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Description: The Gatehouse to the South West of Bolebroke Castle
Date Listed: 26 November 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 296276
OS Grid Reference: TQ4747237714
OS Grid Coordinates: 547472, 137714
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1197, 0.1058
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HARTFIELD The Gatehouse to the
TQ 43 NE 5/90A 26.11.53
C16. Consists of an archway with 2 storeys over surmounted by a parapet.
Red brick and grey headers. On the north side octagonal buttresses terminating
in ball caps. Similar cap in the centre of the parapet on this side.
Depressed cement-covered brick arch with dripstone over and a recess on
either side of this. Small rectangular windows above. On the south side
octagonal turret surmounted by ogee-shaped cupolas. Octagonal cap in the
centre of parapet on this side. Small windows with brick dripstones over in
the turrets and 2 larger windows with brick mullions in the centre portion.
Smaller depressed arch than on the north only large enough to admit pedestrians
with an old iron-studded door which contains a smaller ogee-headed opening with
its original iron knocker. The east and west sides have chimney breasts in the
Listing NGR: TQ4747237714
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Source: English Heritage
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