Description: Temple at North End of Woodland Walk, Approximately 300 Metres North of Orangery
Date Listed: 15 March 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 331619
OS Grid Reference: SE2830761041
OS Grid Coordinates: 428307, 461041
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0446, -1.5692
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RIPLEY RIPLEY PARK
SE 26 SE
1/113 Temple at north end of
approximately 300 metres
15.3.66 north of orangery
(formerly listed as
Temple at Ripley Castle)
Garden folly. Possibly c1785 by William Belwood for Sir John Ingilby.
Gritstone and ashlar, grey/purple slate roof. In the form of a prostyle
temple. Quoins. South facade approached up 2 roll moulded steps; 4 Ionic
columns support entablature, modillioned eaves cornice and pediment. Left
return: an Ionic pilaster supports the end of the returned entablature; the
remaining eaves and walling are coursed gritstone; right return similar.
Tnterior plastered walls; no interior features. J Low( "William Belwood,
Architect and Surveyor", Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 56, 1984, p 151.
Listing NGR: SE2830761041
Source: English Heritage
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