Description: Flasby Hall Tower
Date Listed: 2 November 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 323943
OS Grid Reference: SD9450656224
OS Grid Coordinates: 394506, 456224
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0020, -2.0853
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3/5 Flasby Hall: Tower
Round tower, built into side of river valley. Probably mid C17 dovecote, altered
mid C18 to summer house, with C19 alterations, now partially ruined. Squared
coursed rubble, millstone grit dressings. Circa 7 metres in diameter, 3 storeys.
C17 west entrance at first floor level has basket arch lintel and chamfered surround;
plank door with C19 strap hinges. Gargoyle above in form of dog's head. 2 chamfered
stair lights: segmental arch and flat arch, both now blocked. 3 rows of pigeon
holes. Blocked C17 entrance on first floor to east. Narrow chamfered window, and
segmental arched chamfered window to second floor. South side (facing river):
mid C18 ground floor entrance, eared architrave and pulvinated frieze, plank door.
Right-hand chamfered round-headed window with incised spandrels. Large first floor
window with chamfered surround and keyed round head, probably mid C19.
Listing NGR: SD9450656224
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Source: English Heritage
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