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Fulford Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Fulford, York

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.9284 / 53°55'42"N

Longitude: -1.0764 / 1°4'35"W

OS Eastings: 460741

OS Northings: 448427

OS Grid: SE607484

Mapcode National: GBR NRX0.RJ

Mapcode Global: WHFC9.FJN8

Entry Name: Fulford Hall

Listing Date: 25 October 1951

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1316300

English Heritage Legacy ID: 326148

Location: Fulford, York, YO19

County: York

Civil Parish: Fulford

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Fulford St Oswald

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

FULFORD FULFORD HALL LANE
SE 64 NW
(north side)
5/36 Fulford Hall
25.10.51
- II
House. Early-mid C18 with reputed Cll origins and later additions and
alterations including wings to rear of mid-late C18, C19 extension to left
and porch of 1902. For the Keys family. Pinkish-orange brick with red
brick and sandstone dressings and partly-exposed Cll core of magnesian
limestone and red plain tile roof. 2 storeys, 10 bays, of which 2 rightmost
are C19. Red brick quoins to C18 block. Entrance to 5th bay an 8-fielded-
panel door within single-storey Tudor revival porch with round-arched
opening beneath heraldic motif of Keys family, cornice and low parapet.
Mainly 12-pane sashes under flat arches of red rubbed brick, those to first
8 bays with red brick quoined jambs. Otherwise full-height staircase window
to 3rd bay an unequally-hung, 15-pane sash with radial glazing to the head
under round arch of red rubbed brick and with red brick quoined jambs. 4-
course first floor band. Dentil eaves band. Roof in 2 levels. Ridge and
rear stacks. Interior: entrance hall has C17 oak panelling, similar
panelling to drawing room and first floor dressing room (now painted) all of
which was inserted at beginning of C20. C18 open-well staircase has
barleysugar-on-vase balusters. Egg and dart moulded surround to staircase
window. Hall ceiling has moulding to ground and first floors. Various
inscribed and dated lead rainwater buckets: 'ROJ 1736', 'JK 1766', 'GW
1691', 'RO 1745'. Rainwater head to rear inscribed and dated 'JK 1764'.
North Yorkshire Vernacular Buildings Study Group Report Number 830.


Listing NGR: SE6074148427

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