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Description: Boat House at South End of Ha Ha Wall
Date Listed: 18 May 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 331614
OS Grid Reference: SE2816260589
OS Grid Coordinates: 428162, 460589
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0405, -1.5714
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RIPLEY RIPLEY PARK
8/108 Boat-house at south end
of ha-ha wall
Boat-house. 1843-44. For Sir William Amcott Ingilby. Gritstone and
ashlar, iron railings. A rectangular structure built into the ground
between the castle and the lake, and facing north-west. Entrance from the
lake is through a wide cambered arch faced in vermiculated rustication with
a flat stone coping. Entrance from land is down a steep flight of stone
steps and through a plain doorway. The building silted up and not in use at
time of resurvey. See North Yorkshire Historic Gardens Register - Ripley
Castle, Grade II.
Listing NGR: SE2816260589
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Source: English Heritage
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