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Latitude: 54.1509 / 54°9'3"N
Longitude: -2.7279 / 2°43'40"W
OS Eastings: 352557
OS Northings: 473029
OS Grid: SD525730
Mapcode National: GBR 9NDF.6S
Mapcode Global: WH83P.2X9R
Entry Name: Borwick Hall
Listing Date: 4 October 1967
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1071914
English Heritage Legacy ID: 181805
Location: Borwick, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA6
Civil Parish: Borwick
Traditional County: Lancashire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lancashire
Church of England Parish: Warton St Oswald (or Holy Trinity)
Church of England Diocese: Blackburn
SD 57 SW BORWICK BORWICK LANE
4/39 Borwick Hall
4. 10. 1967
House, now Residential Centre. Late C16th with C14th remains. Rubble,
partly roughcast, with sandstone dressings and slate roof. Main front faces
south-west and is of 7 bays. Bays 1-5 are of 1595 and have 2 storeys with
attics and mullioned and transomed windows. At the left is a one-bay
cross-wing. Over the central bay of the hall is a gabled stone attic dormer.
At the right is a projecting gabled porch of 2½ storeys having a semi-circular
cyma-moulded head to the outer doorway and moulded impost band. The inner
doorway is moulded with a studded oak door. Above the outer door is a coat
of arms added by Mr. George Marton who bought the house in 1854. To the
right is the c14th peel of 4 storeys whose floors do not align with those of
the C16th wings. It has a battlemented parapet and late C16th windows,
transomed except for the lowest, semi-basement, floor which is simply
mullioned. To the right of the peel is a 1-bay gabled projecting wing of
3 storeys with attic with mullioned windows, said to be earlier than the
1595 wing (V.C.H.).
The front has two continuous drip courses, interrupted by the peel tower,
with gable copings, kneelers and finials. The right-hand return wall has
two chimney stacks corbelled out at 1st floor level. At the rear of the
peel is a wing running north-east similar in style to the 1595 wing but said
to be earlier (V.C.H.). At right-angles to it is a narrower wing forming a
courtyard with the rear of the hall and having a projecting timber framed
Interior. The hall is lined with square C17th panelling. The fireplace is
moulded with a 4-centred head with initials 'RB', said to be a reconstruction
(V.C.H.). A moulded stone doorway leads to the front room of the cross-wing
which has a fireplace with 4-centred head having spandrel decoration. The
main room of the rear wing has a wide chamfered segmental-arched fireplace
in the main room, once the kitchen. Rising from the rear of the hall to the
attic is a stone closed well stair. At attic level, on the platform above
the closed well and extending to form a balustrade, are alternate narrow and
wide columns supporting a coping inscribed 'Alixander Brinsmead Mason 1595'.
On the 1st and attic floors close-studded timber-framed partitioning is
visible in a number of rooms.
Listing NGR: SD5257373045
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