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A Grade II Listed Building in Healaugh, North Yorkshire

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Latitude: 53.8906 / 53°53'26"N

Longitude: -1.264 / 1°15'50"W

OS Eastings: 448468

OS Northings: 444074

OS Grid: SE484440

Mapcode National: GBR MRMG.42

Mapcode Global: WHDB8.KG9R

Entry Name: Fircroft

Listing Date: 3 June 1992

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1240858

English Heritage Legacy ID: 326056

Location: Healaugh, Selby, North Yorkshire, LS24

County: North Yorkshire

District: Selby

Civil Parish: Healaugh

Built-Up Area: Tadcaster

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Rural Ainsty

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

The following item shall be added:


453-/4/10000 Fircroft


Small country house, now home for the elderly. 1894 with C20
alterations. Coursed rubble with ashlar dressings and slate roof.
7 stone stacks and ashlar coped gables with kneelers and ball
finials. Neo-Tudor style. Cill bands and first floor band. 2
storey plus attics. Ashlar cross mullion windows with plain
sashes, and mullion windows to attics. Entrance front, 4 windows.
Slightly projecting gabled centre, with a projecting porch to
left with a large 4 centred arched opening with plaque above. To
left a 3-light window with single light canted corner, above a
2-light and a 3 light window. To the left a 3-light half canted
bay window. Set back to right a 3 light window with 2 light
window above. North front, 6 windows. Off centre gabled
projection with a single 5-light window, above 3-light window and
in the gable a 3-light window. Set back to left 3 single light
windows and above two 2-light windows. Beyond a gabled
projection, with 2-light windows and above a 4-light oriel window
and in the gable a 2-light window. Set back to the right 2 single
light windows with a 3-light window above. Beyond a gabled
projection with a 3-light window, above a smaller similar window
and in the gable a 2-light window. South front has a recessed
centre with a large 6-light stair window. Beyond to the right a
gabled projection with a 2 storey canted bay window and in the
gable a 3 light window. To the left a 3 storey narrow gabled
projection with a single storey service wing set back beyond.
INTERIOR: Large entrance/staircase hall with glazed entrance
screen and front door with stained glass. Panelled wainscoting.
Segmental arched recess and 2 similar entrance arches with pairs
of wooden brackets supporting coffered ceilings. 2 flight
staircase with bulbous turned balusters and square newels,
leading to galleried landing with similar balustrade supported
on wooden 4-centred arches with ornate columns. Large 18-light
stair window with stained glass. Dining room has panelled
dado,embossed frieze and wooden panelled ceiling. Buffet alcove
with coffered ceiling and built-in buffet columned top, matching
wooden fire surround with similar columned over-mantle. Drawing
room, to left of entrance, has yellow and white marble fireplace,
to right of entrance, has grey marble fireplace and dado rail.
Wooden door surrounds and panel doors throughout.

Listing NGR: SE4846844074

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