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Latitude: 53.8013 / 53°48'4"N
Longitude: -0.0857 / 0°5'8"W
OS Eastings: 526173
OS Northings: 435593
OS Grid: TA261355
Mapcode National: GBR WSVH.72
Mapcode Global: WHHGM.NQD5
Entry Name: Blue Hall
Listing Date: 16 December 1966
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1346612
English Heritage Legacy ID: 166493
Location: East Garton, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU11
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
Civil Parish: East Garton
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): East Riding of Yorkshire
Church of England Parish: Garton-in-Holderness St Michael
Church of England Diocese: York
EAST GARTON B1242
TA 23 NE
4/33 Blue Hall
House. c1700. Orange brick in irregular bond, pantiled roof. Originally
3 storeys, 5 bays, 2:1:2, reduced to 2 storeys, 5 bays in early C19.
L-shaped plan. Balanced main elevation: C20 boarded door flanked by C20
5-light casements. First-floor band which breaks forward over the former
positions of the original windows. 2-light cross-mullion window over door
with 4-light casements to right and left. Axial stack with offsets and
bands to main range, external end stack to rear wing, hipped roofs.
Interior: closed-string framed newel stair with heavy turned balusters and
moulded handrail: newels with half-balusters, pendants, and finials.
Bolection-moulded dado. (This stair rises through 3 floors to the present
low attics.) Room to the right of the stair is entirely lined with
bolection-moulded panelling including overdoor panels and a dado.
Bolection-moulded fireplace and overmantel; contemporary built-in corner
cupboard. The room above is similarly panelled and also incorporates a
bolection-moulded fireplace with overmantel. (The space between the
panelling and the unplastered brickwork behind it seems to have been
entirely filled with oats chaff.) All the principal doors, and most of the
cupboard doors, are of 2 bolection-moulded panels and hang on their original
hinges. Several are still equipped with box-locks. The upper floors retain
most of their original wide floorboards. This house was moated; part of the
moat survives as a duck-pond to the west.
Listing NGR: TA2617335593
This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.