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Description: Low Hall and Garden Wall Attached to Outbuilding to Left
Date Listed: 14 July 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 328397
OS Grid Reference: SE6952786725
OS Grid Coordinates: 469527, 486725
Latitude/Longitude: 54.2715, -0.9339
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SE 6886-6986 KIKBYMOORSIDE DALE END
6/39 Low Hall, and garden wall
attached to outbuilding
to left (formerly listed
as Low Hall)
House and garden wall to left. 1797 with C19 and C20 extension and
alteration. Fine ashlar front, each block with vertical and horizontal
milling; rendered to sides and rear; concrete slab roof. Central stairhall
plan, 1½ rooms deep, with later extension to left. 2 storeys with basement
and attic. 5 bays. Central 6-panel door approached by cantilevered steps
over the basement area, with cast-iron railings. Fanlight with Gothick
glazing. Doorcase of open pediment on Tuscan columns. 12-pane sashes with
plain lintels throughout. Raised band at basement level and naves travel,
the latter supporting a plain parapet. C20 flat-topped dormer in attic.
End stacks to hipped roof. To rear: round-headed staircase window with
Gothick glazing. Interior: open string, dogleg staircase with square
blalusters, shaped cheek-pieces and moulded handrail. Interior of staircase
window is deeply splayed and has panelled reveal. Late C18 doors, and
beaded and fielded window panelling survive throughout the ground floor. An
undulating garden wall of the same milled stone as the house, with cambered
coping, masks and outbuilding contained in the angle of the original house
and the C19 extension. The C19 extension and outbuilding are not of special
Listing NGR: SE6952786725
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Source: English Heritage
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