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Ingleby Manor

A Grade II* Listed Building in Ingleby Greenhow, North Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.4441 / 54°26'38"N

Longitude: -1.0981 / 1°5'53"W

OS Eastings: 458588

OS Northings: 505786

OS Grid: NZ585057

Mapcode National: GBR NKS1.2P

Mapcode Global: WHF8S.3KCF

Entry Name: Ingleby Manor

Listing Date: 5 May 1952

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1314888

English Heritage Legacy ID: 333153

Location: Ingleby Greenhow, Hambleton, North Yorkshire, TS9

County: North Yorkshire

District: Hambleton

Civil Parish: Ingleby Greenhow

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Ingleby Greenhow St Andrew

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

INGLEBY GREENHOW CHURCH BANK
NZ 50 NE
South-east side
(off)
5/94 Ingleby Manor
5/5/52

GV II*

Manor house. C16 and C17, with C18, C19 and C20 alterations.
Coursed squared stone, part herringbone-tooled; double Roman tile
roof. Rectangular on plan with 2 internal courtyards, the range
between the 2 courtyards probably originally an open hall, tower to
north-west range. 2 storeys with partial attics and cellar; tower
of 3 storeys. 7 x 12 bays. North-west elevations: central tower,
of older stone, has C19 4-centred-arched panelled double door in
segmental-arched reveal; 24-pane sash with tripartite lintel above;
2-light chamfered mullion windows with 8-pane sashes and hoodmould
above again; string below embattled parapet; corniced ashlar stacks.
To either side of tower are 3-bay wings, having chamfered surrounds
to 24-pane sashes. Roof hipped with moulded kneelers, and stone
coping,ridges and finials. Either side of tower, are C17 dormers,
having 1-light windows with hoodmould, relief busts in tympana of
shaped pediments, and decorative finials. Rear (south-east)
elevations: a quoined doorway to either end, that on right with
hoodmould; 2 former hollow-moulded mullion windows with hoodmoulds;
inserted tripartite sash windows, one on right with monolithic
lintel; central buttress below shouldered and corniced lateral
stack; six 12-pane sashes to 1st floor. Right return (south-west)
elevation: bay 5 has C19 porch with 4-centred-arched doorway.
Windows are mostly 4-pane sashes to ground floor,12-pane sashes
above; traces of chamfered mullion windows. Swept roof with 2 flat-
roofed dormers at right end. At left end and centre, tops visible
of finialled gable ends of abutting ranges. Left return (north-east)
elevation: various projecting sections. Near-central gabled porch
has hoodmoulds to windows, moulded kneelers, hollow-moulded coping,
finial, and inner chamfered, quoined, square-headed doorway. To
its right is doorway with old board door with knocker, and hoodmould.
Near right end is a large shouldered stack flanked by gables each
of which have window with hoodmould. 2 similar stacks to left.
At left end, tall quoined chamfered window surrounds, probably
originally cross windows. Traces of other chamfered and chamfered
mullion windows, but windows now a variety of sashes, mostly small-
paned. Five C20 flat-roofed dormers. Within north-west courtyard:
tower (north-west) range has 2 quoined chamfered doorways with
hoodmoulds, and on upper storey a 3-light hollow-moulded mullion
window with hoodmould and a single chamfered light. South-west
range has C16 6-bay round-arched arcade with Tuscan columns,
hoodmould, and shields in spandrels linked by cornice; within the
arcade a chamfered, quoined, doorway; on 1st floor, traces of 3
mullioned windows, enlarged, central one blocked, and now 2 tripartite
sash windows. North-east range has hollow-moulded mullion windows
with hoodmoulds, of 2 and 3 lights to ground floor, on 1st floor 3
of 3 lights, that on left altered; central gable with former similar
2-light window, the gable with string and crowsteps. South-east
range has former mullion windows with hoodmoulds and similar 2-light
window in finialled crow-stepped, gable.
Interior: various C16 and C17 phases of building indicated by
position of chamfered,quoined doorways and former windows. Spiral
stone stairs. C16/C17 panelling, doors, beams, timber-frame
partitioning, and stone fireplaces. C18 panelling, doors, cupboards,
panelled window reveals, and fireplaces. Below tower, 4-centred
chamfered arch of 2 orders. Probably C17 cellar of stone with
vaults of thin red brick. Entrance hall has chequered black and
white stone floor; well-carved mid-C19 Imperial stair in C17 style
with animals, birds and cherubs in scroll form,caryatid end newels,
and moulded handrail; heavily-moulded cornice. C19 ballroom and
salon with marble fireplaces, decorative cornices. Interesting
roofs over ranges forming north-west courtyard, having arch-braced
collared trusses (possibly reused), the members chamfered, the
collars high-set and cambered, and the principal rafters having
arched soffits at apexes forming pointed arches; seating for
trenched purlins.

Ingleby Manor was occupied by the Eures family from the mid C16,
and by the Foulis family from 1609 to the mid C19.


Listing NGR: NZ5858805786

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