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Latitude: 53.6003 / 53°36'1"N
Longitude: -2.9403 / 2°56'24"W
OS Eastings: 337873
OS Northings: 411936
OS Grid: SD378119
Mapcode National: GBR 7VXT.73
Mapcode Global: WH868.TR2T
Entry Name: Gorsuch Hall
Listing Date: 11 October 1968
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1073115
English Heritage Legacy ID: 357727
Location: Scarisbrick, West Lancashire, Lancashire, L40
District: West Lancashire
Civil Parish: Scarisbrick
Traditional County: Lancashire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lancashire
Church of England Parish: Scarisbrick St Mark
Church of England Diocese: Liverpool
SCARISBRICK GORSUCH LANE
SD 31 SE
8/25 Gorsuch Hall
Farmhouse. Probably c.1760, but with restoration date 1895 over door.
Handmade brick in Flemish bond, on sandstone plinth, with sandstone
dressings. Double-depth 3-bay plan. Three storeys, symmetrical, in
classical style, with rusticated stone quoins, stone bands on 2 levels,
moulded gutter cornice, gable chimneys; central door with 6 fielded panels,
stone doorcase and lintel with pseudo-voussoirs and keystone; 2 wide
vertical rectangular windows at ground floor, 3 square windows at 1st
floor, and 3 horizontal rectangular windows at 2nd floor, all with moulded
sills and splayed heads, and the heads of those at ground and 1st floor
matching that of the door; all with altered glazing. Both gable walls have
some inserted or altered windows at the lower levels; the rear has a
2-storey extension to the 1st bay, a large rectangular window with splayed
head at ground and 1st floors of the 2nd bay, a smaller similar window in
the centre at 1st floor, and 3 smaller altered windows at 2nd floor.
Interior: altered (presumably in 1895), and later Victorian staircase
installed in central entrance passage rising from the front. Externally a
good example of mid-Georgian domestic architecture.
Listing NGR: SD3787311936
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