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Description: Goldborough Hall Cottages and Stansfield Court with Courtyard Wall and Piers
Date Listed: 15 March 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 330685
OS Grid Reference: SE3836456113
OS Grid Coordinates: 438364, 456113
Latitude/Longitude: 53.9996, -1.4162
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SE 35 NE GOLDSBOROUGH CHURCH STREET
3/22 Goldsborough Hall
Cottages and Stansfield
Court with Courtyard Wall
15.3.66 and Piers (formerly listed
as stables at
Goldsborough Hall (Oaklands
Former stables to Goldsborough Hall, now houses and sheltered flats, with
courtyard wall and piers. Mid-late C18 with conversion c 1980. Possibly by
John Carr for Daniel Lascelles. Limestone plinth, red/brown brick, English
bond. Pantile roof with 2 lowest courses of flagstones. 2 long ranges
along the road side, each of 2 storeys with central carriage arch and
flanking 4-bay wings. An E-shaped plan formed by rear extensions from each
end and the centre of the building. Stansfield Court (left) therefore has a
rear courtyard which is closed by a low boundary wall on the south side.
Left range, (Stansfield Court): round arch in slightly protruding central
bay has ashlar voussoirs and quoins. Moulded string and occulus above.
Flanking wings with C20 sash windows. Raised eaves. Pyramidal roof to
central bay, hipped roof to wings. Right range (Goldsborough Hall
Cottages): plain brick round arch and occulus above. Flanking wings have
paired C20 6-panel doors and C20 windows throughout. Hipped roofs. Rear:
C20 doors and windows, in mainly new openings. Courtyard wall and piers to
rear of Stansfield Court: brick in English bond with ashlar dressings. Wall
approximately 1.5 metres high, flat coping. Piers flanking central opening
(opposite the carriage arch), are of ashlar with brick panels; ball and
cushion finials. The facade of the stables range in very similar to the
north barn at Plompton Hall Farm (q.v.) where John Carr also worked.
Listing NGR: SE3836456113
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Source: English Heritage
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