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Description: Outbuilding Approximately One Hundred and Ten Metres North of Kirby Hall
Date Listed: 12 December 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 331851
OS Grid Reference: SE4581561055
OS Grid Coordinates: 445815, 461055
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0434, -1.3018
KIRBY HALL KIRBY HALL ESTATE
9/36 Outbuilding approx-
imately one hundred
and ten metres north
of Kirby Hall
Summerhouse, now used as chicken or pheasant house. C18. Probably by
Lord Burlington and Roger Morris, or John Carr of York. Orange-red brick
in English garden wall bond, with plastered columns and slate roof. Lobed
rectangle on plan. 1-storey, hexastyle Ionic temple front, with dentilled
cornices to entablature and pediment, opening on to paved area. Front
boarded up behind columns. Interior: semicircular niche at each end and
shallow arched recess at rear. Summerhouse, in dilapidated condition at
time of resurvey, is probably survival from the original Kirby Hall out-
Listing NGR: SE4581561055
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Source: English Heritage
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