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Village Hall and Attached House, Hutton Buscel

Description: Village Hall and Attached House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 14 April 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 327391

OS Grid Reference: SE9723884049
OS Grid Coordinates: 497238, 484049
Latitude/Longitude: 54.2429, -0.5093

Location: Great Moor Road, Hutton Buscel, North Yorkshire YO13 9LL

Locality: Hutton Buscel
Local Authority: Scarborough Borough Council
County: North Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: YO13 9LL

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Listing Text

(south side, off)

15/72 Village Hall and attached


School and schoolhouse; now village hall and house. 1854. By William
Butterfield, for the Downe family. Dressed sandstone with tooled dressings
and quoins; slate roof. L-shaped on plan. Entrance front: single-storey
house of 2 bays, to left of former school; cross wing gable end to right
with single-storey projecting entrance bay in re-entrant angle; further
lean-to outbuilding to right of cross wing. Plank door beneath gabled
trellis porch to schoolhouse, to right of paired 12-pane sashes each in a
pointed surround with unpierced tympanum. Pointed double doors to school,
in quoined, chamfered surround. Massive quoined external stack with steep
offsets to cross wing gable-end, in which a pointed recessed panel in
quoined, chamfered surround contains the Downe arms. Outbuilding has paired
slit lights. Left return of cross wing: tall gabled window of 3 shouldered
lights. Central ridge stack with offsets. Steeply-pitched roofs, half
hipped to left, and pent over entrance bay. Garden front: 1½-storey, 4-bay
front, end left bay gabled and end right bay a lean-to outbuilding. To
left, tall pointed mullion and transom window of 4 lights with geometric
tracery to the head. To centre, two 2-light flat-arched 4-pane sashes with
mullions. 2 similar half dormers under half-hipped gables to attic. Pent
roof to outbuiding, pierced by chimney stack. Gable end to right: plank
door to right in timber porch with bracketed flat hood. Dwarf angle
buttress to right. To left, 12-pane sash in unpierced pointed surround. 2
similar windows above beneath half-hipped gable end. Quoined window
surrounds and mullions are chamfered with run-out stops. P Thompson,
William Butterfield, 1971: p401; fig 333.

Listing NGR: SE9723384049

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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