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Description: Old Hall Farmhouse
Date Listed: 28 February 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 333392
OS Grid Reference: SE4364466397
OS Grid Coordinates: 443644, 466397
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0916, -1.3342
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SE 46 NW MYTON-ON-SWALE OX CLOSE LANE
4/48 (west side)
Old Hall Farmhouse
House. 1664 over door. Brick with stone quoins now covered with render. Renewed
hipped pantile roof. Modern ridge chimney and very large rendered chimney of early
date to gable end. Artisan Mannerist style. L-shaped single pile plan. 2 storeys,
3 wide bays with projecting wings. Doorcase to centre bay has engaged Tuscan columns
on plinths. Frieze with inscription ANNO DOM.1664. T G. Stepped brick entablature
with 3 ball finials and broken pediment. The central bay formerly also contained
2 blocked round-arched windows to the left and a blocked archway to the right.
Entrance now flanked by 2 tall and narrow sashes with glazing bars. Modern door. One
mullion window survives with sashes inserted, in the ground floor right bay. Otherwise
C19 or C20 sashes with glazing bars to front. Shoulder-arched opening to gable end
with modern casement inserted. Stepped and dentilled 1st floor band upon which rest
pilasters flanking the upper windows, paired to side wings. In the entrance bay the
central sash window is flanked by a pilaster and stepped blind oval panel to each
side. A further pilaster to the return walls of the side wings. Interior completely
Booth, J.A., Country House Architecture in Yorkshire c.1630-c.1690. M.PHil. Thesis,
Pevsner, N., Yorkshire, North Riding 1966, p261-2.
Listing NGR: SE4364466397
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Source: English Heritage
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