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Description: Boroughbridge Hall
Date Listed: 19 December 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 330321
OS Grid Reference: SE3973366845
OS Grid Coordinates: 439733, 466845
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0960, -1.3939
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SE 3966 BOROUGHBRIDGE MARKET SQUARE
5/56 (north side, off)
Large house. Said to have been built in the reign of James II, it stands on the site
of 3 burgage houses and incorporates parts of them. Photographs of 1947 in the NMR
show the house in a ruinous condition with 5 irregular Dutch gables with windows and
a projecting porch. Both of these features have disappeared, the height having been
reduced from 3 to 2 storeys by the removal of the gables. The photographs also show
pilasters to 2nd floor cill level, a wide projecting 1st floor band and a high
plinth. These features are still apparent beneath the rendering which now covers the
house. Brick. Modern hipped tile roof. 2 storeys, 11 bays. Tall sash windows.
The front hall has early C17 panelling and a rebuilt staircase incorporating stout
turned balusters of C17 type
Listing NGR: SE3973366845
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Source: English Heritage
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