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Burnley House and Moorlands with Railings and Gates Attached to Front, Hutton-le-Hole

Description: Burnley House and Moorlands with Railings and Gates Attached to Front

Grade: II
Date Listed: 24 June 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 328918

OS Grid Reference: SE7058289836
OS Grid Coordinates: 470582, 489836
Latitude/Longitude: 54.2993, -0.9169

Location: Back Lane, Hutton-le-Hole, North Yorkshire YO62 6UA

Locality: Hutton-le-Hole
Local Authority: Ryedale District Council
County: North Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: YO62 6UA

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Listing Text

SE 7090
SE 7089 (centre)
11/82 Burnley House and
Moorlands, with railings
and gates attached to
2 houses. 1787 on datestone to Burnley House, to right; C20 modernisation
and alteration. For John and Lydia Featherstone and their son. Finely
tooled sandstone to front and right side; dressed sandstone to rear; left
side part rubble sandstone, raised in squared sandstone. Tooled chamfered
plinth and tooled raised and chamfered quoins. Outshut of red brick in
English garden wall bond. Pantile roof. Both houses are central-entry
plan, l½ rooms deep with outshut to Burnley House. 2-storey, 5-window
front. Doors to both houses are of 8 raised and fielded panels, approached
by stone steps, with divided overlight to Burnley House. Lintel over
Burnley House incorporates datestone inscribed: L . Windows to Burnley
House are 16-pane sashes, those to Moorlands 12-pane sashes and all have
stone sills. Openings to Burnley House have plain raised surrounds, those
to Moorlands raised architraves. Cavetto-moulded eaves course returning on
gable walls at each end. Coped gables and shaped kneelers. End and left of
centre stacks. Right gable wall: 12-pane sashes to ground and first floors
in plain raised surrounds. Interior of Burnley House. Quarter-round
moulded joists survive in the front rooms on ground and first floors. On
both floors the dado rail survives in the room to the right. Ground floor:
doors of 8 raised and fielded panels from entrance hall. Open well, open
string staircase with turned balusters, moulded handrail, ramped-up and
wreathed at foot around tapering newel; scrolled motifs to tread-ends.
Panelled double doors to cellar with semicircular head, beneath stairs.
Harr-hung door of 6 raised and fielded panels on strap hinges to rear of
entrance hall. Room to left retains panelled and shuttered window recess
with wall recess to the left with shaped shelves. Original fireplace with
stone surround survives behind modern fireplace. First floor: both front
rooms have late C18 basket grates. Attic: fine roof of 3 scissor-braced
trusses. 8-panel door reused as a section of partitioning. Interior of
Moorlands: not inspected. Cast-iron railings to front, with garden gates:
approximately .5 metres and raised on low stone plinth, and with pointed
tops and urn finials to standards.

Listing NGR: SE7058289836

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Source: English Heritage

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