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Allerthorpe Hall

A Grade I Listed Building in Swainby with Allerthorpe, North Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.2755 / 54°16'31"N

Longitude: -1.4945 / 1°29'40"W

OS Eastings: 433017

OS Northings: 486768

OS Grid: SE330867

Mapcode National: GBR LM00.73

Mapcode Global: WHD87.0SMP

Entry Name: Allerthorpe Hall

Listing Date: 5 May 1952

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1150769

English Heritage Legacy ID: 332663

Location: Swainby with Allerthorpe, Hambleton, North Yorkshire, DL7

County: North Yorkshire

District: Hambleton

Civil Parish: Swainby with Allerthorpe

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

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Listing Text

SWAINBY WITH ALLERTHORPE GATENBY ROAD
SE 38 NW
(south side, off)
2/32 Allerthorpe Hall
5.5.52

GV I

Manor house. Dated 1608. Red brick, some stone dressings, pantile and
plain tile roofs. 2 storeys, 6 bays. Outer bays are formed by circular
towers. Shallow stone plinth. To centre a full-height gabled porch: outer
opening with 4-centred arch; inner doorway has carved wooden surround with
inscribed date and studded 9-panel door with original ironwork. Outer bays
have 4-pane leaded casements. Wide bay to left of door has tripartite sash
with glazing bars. To right of door first bay has sash with glazing bars,
bay to right of this has 2-light mullion windows. Above the door is an 8-
pane side-sliding sash. Other bays have similar windows as those below.
Gable of porch has stone coping and shaped kneelers. Dentilled eaves.
Conical roofs to outer bays, central 4 bays have hipped roof with three
lateral gabled ranges on the north side. Two large ridge stacks to rear of
front range, one to left has 4-diagonally set shafts, that to right has 6
similar shafts. To left return on first floor there is half timbering with
lath and plaster infill, lower horizontal beam is carved, original stone
mullion window to this side. Interior: ground floor - 2 early C17 panelled
rooms, above one fireplace is a 3-panel overmantel with Ionic pilasters
flanking carved arches and supporting frieze with anthemion and acanthus
motifs with cornice. First floor: early C17 panelled room with similar
overmantel as on ground floor of 2 panels. History: in 1550 Sir Thomas
Lascelles Kt conveyed Manor to a Wm Robinson, Alderman of the City of York.
It stayed in the Robinson Family until quite recent times. VCH, Vol 1 pp
378-380.


Listing NGR: SE3301786768

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