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Numbers 11 and 13 Including the Shoe Box

A Grade II Listed Building in Hatfield, Doncaster

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.5788 / 53°34'43"N

Longitude: -1.0009 / 1°0'3"W

OS Eastings: 466248

OS Northings: 409602

OS Grid: SE662096

Mapcode National: GBR PWG1.3T

Mapcode Global: WHFF2.L9LQ

Entry Name: Numbers 11 and 13 Including the Shoe Box

Listing Date: 15 September 1982

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1151591

English Heritage Legacy ID: 334630

Location: Hatfield, Doncaster, DN7

County: Doncaster

Civil Parish: Hatfield

Built-Up Area: Dunscroft

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): South Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Hatfield St Lawrence

Church of England Diocese: Sheffield

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Listing Text

HATFIELD STATION ROAD
SE6609 (SE 60 NE)
(south side)
16/55 Nos 11 and 13 including
15.9.82 The Shoe Box
GV II
House extended to form Workhouse, now 2 dwellings (partly unoccupied at time
T
of resurvey) and shop [The Shoe Box]. No 11 dated 'C D 1711', No 13 of c1720
with C19 additions; altered. Red brick in English garden wall bond, pantile
and C20 cement-tile roofs. C18 L-shaped range of 2 storeys with attics
having 3 and 2 windows to 1st floor facing east and south respectively on
internal angle; attached outbuilding set back on left of No 11, attached
single-storey additions around rear and front gable end of No 13. No 11 has
large quoins in angle on right and C19 panelled door with overlight flanked
on left by a 2-light horizontally-sliding sash with glazing bars beneath
cement-rendered head; later casement beneath cemented flat arch on right.
1st floor: band; datestone over door beneath blind central window; later
sash on left and unglazed opening on right with cemented flat arches; 2 brick
ridge stacks. Ruinous outbuilding set back on left has front gable and old
pantile roof. No 13 set at right angle on right: 6-panel door and overlight
within C20 porch, sash with glazing bars on right truncating low brick band;
2 casements to 1st floor. Single-storey addition on right has an 18-pane
sash. Front (east) gable of No 13 adjoined by 'The Shoe Box' with
segmentally-arched door flanked by large 4-pane sashes in coped (fall which
wraps around to right before adjoining outshuts at the junction of which it
envelopes a rebuilt lateral stack to rear of No 13. Originally built as a
private house known as Church Lodge, served as the Workhouse from c1720
until 1839 when it was divided into 2 dwellings.


Listing NGR: SE6624809602

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