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Village Hall and Attached House

A Grade II Listed Building in Hutton Buscel, North Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.2429 / 54°14'34"N

Longitude: -0.5093 / 0°30'33"W

OS Eastings: 497238

OS Northings: 484049

OS Grid: SE972840

Mapcode National: GBR SMWC.JS

Mapcode Global: WHGC5.4MQ5

Entry Name: Village Hall and Attached House

Listing Date: 14 April 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1148825

English Heritage Legacy ID: 327391

Location: Hutton Buscel, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO13

County: North Yorkshire

District: Scarborough

Civil Parish: Hutton Buscel

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Hutton Buscell St Matthew

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

SE 9784 HUTTON BUSCEL MAIN STREET
(south side, off)

15/72 Village Hall and attached
house


GV II


School and schoolhouse; now village hall and house. 1854. By William
Butterfield, for the Downe family. Dressed sandstone with tooled dressings
and quoins; slate roof. L-shaped on plan. Entrance front: single-storey
house of 2 bays, to left of former school; cross wing gable end to right
with single-storey projecting entrance bay in re-entrant angle; further
lean-to outbuilding to right of cross wing. Plank door beneath gabled
trellis porch to schoolhouse, to right of paired 12-pane sashes each in a
pointed surround with unpierced tympanum. Pointed double doors to school,
in quoined, chamfered surround. Massive quoined external stack with steep
offsets to cross wing gable-end, in which a pointed recessed panel in
quoined, chamfered surround contains the Downe arms. Outbuilding has paired
slit lights. Left return of cross wing: tall gabled window of 3 shouldered
lights. Central ridge stack with offsets. Steeply-pitched roofs, half
hipped to left, and pent over entrance bay. Garden front: 1½-storey, 4-bay
front, end left bay gabled and end right bay a lean-to outbuilding. To
left, tall pointed mullion and transom window of 4 lights with geometric
tracery to the head. To centre, two 2-light flat-arched 4-pane sashes with
mullions. 2 similar half dormers under half-hipped gables to attic. Pent
roof to outbuiding, pierced by chimney stack. Gable end to right: plank
door to right in timber porch with bracketed flat hood. Dwarf angle
buttress to right. To left, 12-pane sash in unpierced pointed surround. 2
similar windows above beneath half-hipped gable end. Quoined window
surrounds and mullions are chamfered with run-out stops. P Thompson,
William Butterfield, 1971: p401; fig 333.


Listing NGR: SE9723384049

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