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South Ormsby Hall

A Grade II* Listed Building in South Ormsby cum Ketsby, Lincolnshire

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Latitude: 53.2591 / 53°15'32"N

Longitude: 0.0483 / 0°2'53"E

OS Eastings: 536732

OS Northings: 375520

OS Grid: TF367755

Mapcode National: GBR XZSR.8F

Mapcode Global: WHHKD.QB6W

Entry Name: South Ormsby Hall

Listing Date: 3 February 1967

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1168647

English Heritage Legacy ID: 196094

Location: South Ormsby cum Ketsby, East Lindsey, Lincolnshire, LN11

County: Lincolnshire

District: East Lindsey

Civil Parish: South Ormsby cum Ketsby

Traditional County: Lincolnshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lincolnshire

Church of England Parish: South Ormsby St Leonard

Church of England Diocese: Lincoln

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Listing Text

TF 37 NE (west side)

1/28 South Ormsby Hall
G.V. II*

Country house. C17, but largely rebuilt 1752-5 by James Paine,
for the Massingberd-Mundy family. Enlarged and altered c.1803 by
P. Atkinson, altered C19 and C20. Red brick in Flemish bond,
with ashlar dressings, hipped slate roof with lead dressings
behind brick parapet. 2 storey plus basement, 3 bay entrance
front, with advanced facetted central bay. The original Paine
design had a huge pediment the full width of the front. This was
removed C19 when a third storey was added. This was removed
c.1920 when the present brick parapet was built. Ashlar coped
plinth, first floor cill band and parapet band. Central half
glazeddoor with semi-circular arch covered by ashlar Roman Doric
porch of 1803, with fluted frieze. The sides of the central bay
contain single glazing bar sashes with cornices. It is flanked
by single 3 light tripartite C19 sashes with fluted friezes,
replacing the original Venetian windows, set in the original
semi-circular headed niches. To the first floor are 5 glazing
bar sashes with flat brick arches, 2 are set in the facetted
sides of the central bay. The left hand garden front is of 4
bays, with the right hand bay being canted, with glazing bar
sashes to each side. The remaining 3 bays have tall sashes with
deep cills, sitting on an ashlar plinth course. The basement and
first floor have glazing bar sashes in a similar pattern.
Interior. Entrance hall has classical busts on brackets, flanked
by garlands, dentillated cornice and fireplace on scrolled
brackets with egg and dart mouldings. In the Dining Room is full
height plaster panelling. In the Drawing Room a fine Roccoco
ceiling with centre piece of musical instruments with scrolls of
flowers and garlands. Decorated joinery, marble fireplace with
central rustic panel. Geometric square stair with well, moulded
handrail and beaded moulding, to newels also, large balusters
with fluted tops and heavily moulded knops, carved string. To
landing guilloche surround, semi-circular headed niches and
rectangular insets. Library of 1803 phase with fluted pilasters
and guilloche moulding to shelves, fine grisaille panels above.
Panelled doors, reveals, overdoors and cornices, throughout.
Source: Nattes drawing of 1793 in Banks Collection. Country
Life, March 1969.

Listing NGR: TF3673275520

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