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Latitude: 53.6691 / 53°40'8"N
Longitude: -0.0592 / 0°3'33"W
OS Eastings: 528318
OS Northings: 420932
OS Grid: TA283209
Mapcode National: GBR XV00.ZG
Mapcode Global: WHHHF.212H
Entry Name: Ivy House Farmhouse
Listing Date: 27 February 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1366253
English Heritage Legacy ID: 166618
Location: Sunk Island, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU12
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
Civil Parish: Sunk Island
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): East Riding of Yorkshire
Church of England Parish: Ottringham with Sunk Island St Wilfrid
Church of England Diocese: York
SUNK ISLAND BRICK ROAD
TA 22 SE
(north side, off)
6/76 Ivy House Farmhouse
Wrongly marked as Patrington Farm on Ordnance Survey map. Farmhouse. 1856
by S S Teulon for The Crown Commissioners; some later alterations. Red-
brown brick in English bond. Concrete pantile roof. Approximately square
on plan: 2-room, central entrance-hall south front with 2-room wing to rear
left and twin gabled range in angle. 2 storeys. South front: 3 bays,
symmetrical. Chamfered plinth. Projecting full-height gabled porch has a
keyed chamfered round-arched outer entrance with half-glazed panelled door,
pair of narrow chamfered round-headed first-floor sashes with glazing bars,
recessed panel above in a chamfered segmental-pointed arch reveal with
lozenge-shaped relief tablet bearing crown, royal cypher and date in incised
quatrefoil; gable with stepped eaves band, tumbled-in brick and a decorative
lozenge-shaped brick panel. Single round-headed sashes to porch sides.
Side bays have full-length 12-pane ground-floor sashes in flush wooden
architraves beneath keyed segmental arches, 16-pane first-floor sashes in
flush wooden architraves beneath cambered arches. All ground-floor openings
have rubbed-brick stretcher arches with red and blue brick header arches
above, and painted raised brick keys. Stepped eaves. Buttressed end stack
to left with gableted offsets and banded shaft. Left return forms secondary
west front: C20 inserted glazed door and overlight in lengthened original
window opening with keyed segmental arch similar to south front, flanked by
12-pane sash to right in recessed architrave, and wide C20 16-pane sash to
left in former full-length opening, beneath similar arches. 3 original
first-floor 12-pane casements to left beneath cambered arches. Gable to
right has decorative flush yellow and red brick round panel, stepped eaves.
Right return has twin gables, that to right with 9-pane sashes beneath
segmental arches and pointed relieving arches, and gableted end stack.
Interior: in "Georgian" style, with 6-fielded-panel and 6-beaded-panel doors
in architraves, moulded cornices, and open well staircase with column-on-
vase balusters; inner entrance has pointed half-glazed panelled door,
overlight and sidelights with geometric glazing. One of a series of mid C19
Crown Estate buildings by Teulon. N Pevsner, The Buildings of England:
Yorkshire, The East Riding, 1972, pp 351-2; Victoria County History: York,
East Riding, vol 5, 1984, pp 135-9.
Listing NGR: TA2831820932
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