Description: Boggle House
Date Listed: 4 January 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 327677
OS Grid Reference: NZ9487303202
OS Grid Coordinates: 494873, 503202
Latitude/Longitude: 54.4154, -0.5395
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FYLINGDALES BRIDGE HOLM LANE
NZ 90 SW
Formerly Fyling Holme. House, 1898-9 for Fred Byles, a Bradford newspaper
proprietor, and his wife Ada. Engineering brick in stretcher bond (an early
example of cavity walling) with terracotta dressings. Plain clay roof tiles,
terracotta copings, brick chimneys. L-plan. Simplified Tudor style, possibly
influenced by Shaw and Webb. Entrance front 2 storeys and attic, 2 bays. Left
boarded door in chamfered surround with C17-style heavy lobed lintel; raised
central lintel panel dated 1899 with plant decoration. Two 2-light mullioned
windows on each floor at right, chamfered and moulded with joggled lintels and
sloping cills. This front gabled, with 3-light similar attic window. Small
1-storey left laundry extension with boarded door, small window and left end
chimney. South front to road 2 bays, the left gabled, the right narrower and
set back. Left bay has 5-light ground-floor window, two 2-light first-floor
windows and a 2-light attic window all similar to those on entrance front.
Projecting curved butterss to right of this part, and door on each floor in
inner return although balcony to upper door was missing at time of survey.
Similar windows in right bay. Big chimney with double cornice on roof slope of
right bay. Ridged gable copings. Similar windows to rear. Interior has very
high quality woodwork. Pitch-pine floors and ceilings with heavy beams; good
doors and fitted cupboards, and staircase with turned balusters. Roof has
complete internal boarding.
Listing NGR: NZ9487303202
Source: English Heritage
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