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Lambcote Grange Farmhouse, Stainton

Description: Lambcote Grange Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 26 November 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 334825

OS Grid Reference: SK5370993637
OS Grid Coordinates: 453709, 393637
Latitude/Longitude: 53.4368, -1.1930

Location: Fish Pond Lane, Stainton, Doncaster S66 7AA

Locality: Stainton
County: Doncaster
Country: England
Postcode: S66 7AA

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Listing Text

SK59SW (north side)

8/51 Lambcote Grange


Farmhouse. Dated 1747 for G. Purslove; earlier wing to rear of late Clb -
early C17 date; C20 alterations. Ashlar magnesian limestone, C20 cement-tile
roof; wing,to rear pebble-dashed and with Welsh slate roof. 3 storeys 5 x 2
bays with wing to rear centre continued by earlier 2-storey wing. Front:
plinth, rusticated quoins. Central French window in architrave with monogram
in roundel beneath consoled segmental pediment; flanking bays have plain
sashes with projecting stone sills and architraves. 1st floor: deep band;
sill band links windows as below, the central sash has eared architrave with
shell motif set in a corniced ashlar panel. Shorter 2nd-floor windows in
matching surrounds, the central window with ashlar apron and moulded sill.
Eaves cornice breaks forward over ends and centre; hipped roof. Right
return: blind, flat-arched window openings to each floor except that to
ground-floor bay 1 having inserted doorway. 2nd-floor openings are linked by
sill band and flank a deeply-carved rectangular plaque with initials and date
'G.P.1747'. Earlier wing on right has original doorway with quoined
surround and deep lintel with arched soffit; C20 casements, ridge stack and
hipped end to roof.
Interior: at foot of main staircase is an architraved display cupboard with 3
shaped shelves in a concave recess; doorcase nearby with keyed archivolt;
staircase itself has turned balusters and ramped handrails; dog-leg service
staircase with simpler, turned balusters. Stop-chamfered transverse ceiling
beam in ground floor of rear wing. On the site of a grange of Roche Abbey
confiscated by Henry VIII and given to John Broxholme of Conisborough; sold
to M. Purslove of Firsby in 1690 whose family built the front range and farm
buildings to rear (indenture in ownership of occupier at time of resurvey

Listing NGR: SK5370993637

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Source: English Heritage

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