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Old Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Corringham, Lincolnshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.4169 / 53°25'0"N

Longitude: -0.6877 / 0°41'15"W

OS Eastings: 487315

OS Northings: 391918

OS Grid: SK873919

Mapcode National: GBR RXMX.XW

Mapcode Global: WHGH4.DCRX

Entry Name: Old Hall

Listing Date: 23 May 1985

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1165535

English Heritage Legacy ID: 196818

Location: Corringham, West Lindsey, Lincolnshire, DN21

County: Lincolnshire

District: West Lindsey

Civil Parish: Corringham

Traditional County: Lincolnshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lincolnshire

Church of England Parish: Corringham St Lawrence

Church of England Diocese: Lincoln

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Listing Text

SK 89 SE CORRINGHAM AISBY LANE

9/9 Old Hall

II

House. C14 with C17 alterations and extensive C19 and C20
alterations and additions. Timber frame, colour washed brick,
some applied C20 timbers and render with pantile roof and 3 brick
ridge stacks. Irregular plan, in part parallel range, 2 storey
7 irregular bay front,the 4th bay from left projects to form a 2
storey porch. In this is set a C20 6 panelled door with above a
3 light glazing bar casement surmounted by a decorative plaster
roundel depicting a stag. To the left of the porch are a single
2 light and a single 4 light C20 lead latticed windows. To the
right is a pair of C19 glazing bar casements with segmental brick
heads. To the 1st floor on the left are a pair of 2 light
and a single 4 light C2O leaded windows. To the right are a
pair of-2 light casements and a C20 canted oriel glazing bar
window. Evidence that the left hand bay is an addition is
provided by the butt joint and it is clear that the building has
had extensive refacings and alterations. One exposed corner
post of the timber frame can be seen at the left hand rear angle.
Interior; 2 bays of timber framing survive in the front range
with 2 king post trusses exposed in a 2 storey entrance hall,
which occupies one structural bay. 2 cross walls have close
vertical studding with bottom and mid rails and exposed wall
plate. The wall between front and rear range is also of timber
frame construction and the two main bay posts are exposed. In
the rear 3 fireplaces are grouped to serve 3 rooms from one
stack. In the front dining room the large inglenook fireplace is
spanned by a chamfer moulded beam with stepped stops. This room
is panelled to full height in oak with fluted pilasters and a
semi circular cupboard with intarsia stars in the panels. The
rear lounge also has 2 exposed bay posts and a C17 stone
fireplace with chamfer moulded surround. The 1st floor has a
passage with exposed studding which has been reconstructed in
C20. The house has undergone extensive refurbishment in C20 and
it seems likely that much of the panelling has been repositioned.


Listing NGR: SK8731591918

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