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Loversall Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Loversall, Doncaster

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.4811 / 53°28'51"N

Longitude: -1.1331 / 1°7'59"W

OS Eastings: 457624

OS Northings: 398608

OS Grid: SK576986

Mapcode National: GBR NXJ5.GV

Mapcode Global: WHDD8.KRMQ

Entry Name: Loversall Hall

Listing Date: 26 November 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1193119

English Heritage Legacy ID: 334823

Location: Loversall, Doncaster, DN11

County: Doncaster

Civil Parish: Loversall

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): South Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Wadworth with Loversall

Church of England Diocese: Sheffield

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Listing Text

LOVERSALL LOVERSALL
SK59NE

5/49 Loversall Hall
5.6.68
II


Small country house now offices. 1811 (dated rainwater heads). Ashlar
magnesian limestone, Welsh slate roofs. 2-storey, 7x2-bay front range with
main staircase in parallel wing to rear continued by lower 2-storey service
quarters having cross-wing and attached outbuildings set around rear yard.
Symmetrical front has rectangular steps to central tripartite doorway with
panelled double doors and 4-pane overlight flanked by 8-pane sashes set
between Doric half-columns and pilasters; plain frieze and cornice. Ground-
floor sill band links sashes with glazing bars under flat arches 1st floor:
band; central tripartite window with sill blocks, sunken-panelled mullions
and light cornice; other bays have projecting sills to sashes as ground
floor. Modillioned eaves cornice and blocking course to hipped roof having
corniced ridge stacks each side of the central bay. Left return: 2 bays as
front; set back on left are cellar steps beneath a Venetian stair window
having fluted archivolt; 2 rainwater heads dated '1811'. Right return: as
front but blind; wing set back on right has an 18-pane treble sash an left of
an unequally-hung 15-pane sash; 2 sashes with glazing bars to 1st floor,
blind attic windows. Service wing: round-headed stair window with fluted
archivolt (on left return); cross-wing of service quarters has tripartite
windows (on right return), Imperial fire insurance plaque (on rear, facing
yard) and hipped roof.
Interior: entrance hall has corniced doorcases, cast-iron firebasket in
marble surround and ceiling cornice with anthemion motifs, Front-left room:
fireplace with half columns, cornice as hall. Front-right room: wooden
fireplace, cornice as hall, ceiling feature Dining room to rear: original
buffet and shelving recesses with finely-ribbed wooden surrounds to round
arches with lion's-head emblems; iron firebasket in marble surround. Stair
hall: cantilevered stone staircase with Regency style iron balustrade and
wooden handrail.


Listing NGR: SK5762498608

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