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Kettlesing Grange, Felliscliffe

Description: Kettlesing Grange

Grade: II
Date Listed: 15 March 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 331512

OS Grid Reference: SE2241056788
OS Grid Coordinates: 422410, 456788
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0066, -1.6596

Location: Kettlesing Lane, Felliscliffe, North Yorkshire HG3 2LR

Locality: Felliscliffe
Local Authority: Harrogate Borough Council
County: North Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: HG3 2LR

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Listing Text

SE 25 NW (west side )

3/9 Kettlesing Grange

- II

House and outbuildings. Dated 1731, for Samuel and Ann Myres. Outbuildings
wih earlier origins. Coursed squared gritstone, purple slates to main
range, stone slates to outbuildings. 2-storey, 3-baby main range with end
lobby-entry plan, approximately 5-bay single-storey outbuilding range.
Plinth and quoins. Main range: board door right in moulded quoined surround
with shallow triangular soffit to large lintel inscribed "1731". Ground-
floor windows centre and left: 4-light recessed chamfered mullion windows,
each with central mullion removed. Similar but lower 3-light windows above;
rectangular 4-pane window to first floor, right. First-floor string course
stepped up over door. Bulbous kneelers, gable copings, corniced end stacks.
Interior: entrance onto side of main fireplace, the scarfed ceiling beam
suggests that there was a large inglenook fireplace originally. A stud
partition divides the 2 front rooms from a narrow rear passage.
Outbuildings range to right: bay 1: a 2 and 3-light recessed mullion window
with inserted light between; doorway with large lintel right, narrow light
above. Quoined jambs to double garage doors bay 2, inserted window bay 3,
cambered arch to garage doors (former cart entrance) bay 4; byre door bay 5.
Interior: the roof of bay 1 has a raised cruck with collar and short king
post. Samuel Myres, dishmaker, married Ann Stead in 1723. North Yorkshire
and Cleveland Vernacular Buildings Study Group Report No 36 (1983).

Listing NGR: SE2241056788

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Source: English Heritage

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