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Osgoodby Hall

A Grade II* Listed Building in Thirkleby High and Low with Osgodby, North Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.2215 / 54°13'17"N

Longitude: -1.2463 / 1°14'46"W

OS Eastings: 449241

OS Northings: 480902

OS Grid: SE492809

Mapcode National: GBR MMQM.ZG

Mapcode Global: WHD8Q.T5Q2

Entry Name: Osgoodby Hall

Listing Date: 1 May 1952

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1190852

English Heritage Legacy ID: 332904

Location: Thirkleby High and Low with Osgodby, Hambleton, North Yorkshire, YO7

County: North Yorkshire

District: Hambleton

Civil Parish: Thirkleby High and Low with Os

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

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Listing Text

This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 14/10/2015


SE 48 SE
1/46

THIRKLEBY HIGH AND LOW WITH OSGODBY,
Osgoodby Hall

(Formerly listed as Osgodby Hall)

1.5.52

GV II*

House. C16, extensively remodelled mid-late C17 with C18 alterations and additions,
c1800 alterations and refacing, and restoration of late 1970s. Coursed squared
gritstone; pantile roof with stone slates at eaves. 2 storeys; 5 bays with parallel
rear range flanked by wings at either side, the right one having single-storey range
projecting at right-angles. Plinth, plat band. Central C17 door with interlocking
moulded panels and curvilinear motifs to top in porch of rusticated stone which
has round-arched doorway flanked by corniced pilasters rising to cornice with block-
ing course and acorn finials and inside, the return walls have rusticated semi-domed
niches with moulded impost band. Restored 18-pane sashes below keyed lintels on
ground floor; unequally-hung 15-pane sashes above. Shaped kneelers, ashlar coping.
Broad, external C17 stack at left end with stone quoins and strings, stepped at
top; another brick stack towards right end of ridge. Rear: right wing a remnant
of C16 house the rest C18; plat band; C20 porch is angle formed by rear range and
projecting left wing. C20 small-pane stair window with keyed lintel. External
brick stack to gable of right wing, which formerly extended further rearwards.
Left wing has Welsh slates to right-hand roof pitch and cruciform-plan ridge stack.
Left return: C20 sashes as front. Right return: chamfered plinth, plat band,
windows as front; projecting at right end, single-storey gabled wing with 12-pane
side-sliding sash, moulded kneelers, chamfered coping and eaves band to returns.
Interior: in front left room, large stone fireplace has chamfered, segmental arch
with raised keystone in elaborate wooden surround comprising flanking half-columns
with others above flanking 2 bays of panelling with 2 round-arched, notched panels
each, shorter panels above and below having dado, but more complete in first floor
rooms which also have panelled doors, and fireplaces of c1800; earlier square-
headed chamfered fireplace in first floor, front left room. Major feature is
massive dog-leg stair with turned balusters and square-section panelled newels with
ball finials and raised lozenges. Dog-leg back stairs have moulded splat balusters.
Osgodby Hall, guide booklet.


Listing NGR: SE4924180902

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