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Henbury Hall henbury House

A Grade II* Listed Building in Sturminster Marshall, Dorset

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.7836 / 50°47'0"N

Longitude: -2.0627 / 2°3'45"W

OS Eastings: 395675

OS Northings: 98223

OS Grid: SY956982

Mapcode National: GBR 31Q.TJV

Mapcode Global: FRA 67K0.Q75

Entry Name: Henbury Hall henbury House

Listing Date: 18 March 1955

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1120055

English Heritage Legacy ID: 107674

Location: Sturminster Marshall, East Dorset, Dorset, BH21

County: Dorset

District: East Dorset

Civil Parish: Sturminster Marshall

Traditional County: Dorset

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Dorset

Church of England Parish: Sturminster Marshall St Mary

Church of England Diocese: Salisbury

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Listing Text

STURMINSTER MARSHALL
SY 99 NE
10/47
Henbury House
18.3.55 and Henbury Hall
- II*
Country mansion, linked to a stable block; to be converted to many
residential units. Early and late C18, mid C19 extensions and alterations.
Walls of brickwork in Flemish bond, rubbed flat arches, stone cills and
stone dressings to the front (quoins, Diocletian window frame and porch);
stables of Flemish and English bonds, with cambered openings. Hipped tile
roof, with moulded eaves cornice to the front, brick dentil eaves to the
stables. Symmetrical north west front of two storeys, basement, and attic,
with Victorian half-octagonal wings extending (set back) at each end,
1:1:1:1:1 windows, the slightly projecting centrepiece has a pediment, with
an oval device (of stucco), with rustic quoins at each side and at the ends
of the main block; the basement openings are cambered. Sashes in reveals.
The porch, raised on a brick base, has a Tuscan Order of two columns and two
pilasters, and at each side there is a curving flight of eight steps, with
iron rails; the door is half-glazed beneath a fixed light. The rear
elevation once comprised wings projecting from the sides of the main block,
but the (narrow) middle space is now filled (C19) with a deep window above a
glazed porch, which leads onto a paved terrace (with flanking iron rails)
and to a stairway. Symmetrical elevation of two storeys, basement, and
attic 1:1:1 (2 at the 1st floor wings) windows, those of the ground floor of
triple lights beneath blind arches with plastered tympana. Attached to the
east end of the building is a 3-storeyed wing of the mid C19, with Gothic
oriels to the 1st floor at each end; from its east corner there is a link to
the stable block. This is a two storeyed building with irregular vernacular
features. The chief interior feature is the original staircase. RCHM


Listing NGR: SY9567598223

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