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Goxhill Hall

A Grade II* Listed Building in Goxhill, North Lincolnshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.6693 / 53°40'9"N

Longitude: -0.3223 / 0°19'20"W

OS Eastings: 510935

OS Northings: 420511

OS Grid: TA109205

Mapcode National: GBR VV60.0D

Mapcode Global: WHHH9.01SC

Entry Name: Goxhill Hall

Listing Date: 6 November 1967

Last Amended: 17 October 1985

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1346831

English Heritage Legacy ID: 165835

Location: Goxhill, North Lincolnshire, DN19

County: North Lincolnshire

Civil Parish: Goxhill

Traditional County: Lincolnshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lincolnshire

Church of England Parish: Goxhill All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Lincoln

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Listing Text

TA 12 SW GOXHILL SOUTH END
(south side)

5/35 Goxhill Hall
(formerly listed as
6.11.67 Priory Farmhouse)

GV II*


House. 1690-1705 for Henry Hildyard. Later outshut and minor alterations.
Renovated c1976. Red brick in Flemish bond with blue brick and limestone
ashlar dressings. Pantile roof. 2-room central entrance hall plan with
outshut to rear left adjoining medieval hall (q.v.). 2 storeys with attic,
5 bays; symmetrical. Moulded ashlar plinth. Quoins to angles and slightly
projecting central bay. Flight of 3 moulded stone steps to recessed 6-
fielded-panel door and 4-pane overlight in ashlar surround with keyed eared
architrave flanked by panelled pilasters and consoles supporting large
segmental pediment. 12-pane sashes in flush wooden architraves with wooden
cills and rubbed brick flat arches; recessed sash above entrance in keyed
eared ashlar architrave with moulded ashlar cill. Window surrounds and 3-
course friezes at first floor, mid first floor window and window arch level
are picked out in blue brick headers. Later stepped brick eaves. Three C20
replacement dormers: triangular pediments to outer pair, segmental to
centre. C19-C20 replacement end stacks. Two lateral stacks to rear with
set-offs, projecting ribs to upper sections and moulded ashlar conices.
Right return has two 12-pane sashes to each floor in flush wooden
architraves. Rear: 4-fielded panel door in beaded wooden frame with 2 brick
panels above; 2 wooden cross-mullion stair windows with leaded lights, (one
a C20 replacement) and four 12-pane sashes. Interior. Entrance hall has
panelled square column supporting moulded keyed arch with panelled soffit,
fine open well staircase with pulvino corniced string, twist-on-vase
balusters, ramped corniced handrail, panelled newels, panelled risers,
fielded-panel dado with ramped corniced rail. Bolection panelling to ground
floor roooms and first floor right: ground floor right has raised panelling
around windows and panelled pilasters flanking chimney, first floor right
has pulvinated friezes above windows. Fielded panelling to first floor left
room. All four rooms have bolection chimney pieces and panelled
overmantels, moulded skirting, dado rails and cornices. Fielded-panel
window reveals and doors in architraves throughout. 5-bay roof with
collared principals and through-purlins. A well-preserved house with fine
details. N Pevsner and J Harris, The Buildings of England: Lincolnshire,
1978, 251.


Listing NGR: TA1093520511

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