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Latitude: 53.7723 / 53°46'20"N
Longitude: -0.7365 / 0°44'11"W
OS Eastings: 483371
OS Northings: 431406
OS Grid: SE833314
Mapcode National: GBR RS9T.BG
Mapcode Global: WHFD7.NFHX
Entry Name: Blacktoft Grange
Listing Date: 28 August 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1083337
English Heritage Legacy ID: 164979
Location: Gilberdyke, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU15
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
Civil Parish: Gilberdyke
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): East Riding of Yorkshire
Church of England Parish: Newport St Stephen
Church of England Diocese: York
SE 83 SW GILBERDYKE LEAVENS LANE
(north side, off)
7/17 Blacktoft Grange
House. Late C18 and early C19. Colour-washed brick and Welsh slate roof.
Former central entry 3-bay house with 2 additional bays added to east.
South facade: earlier house of 2 storeys and 3 first-floor windows to left,
later and taller extension of 2 storeys and one first-floor window to right.
Entrance in right wing: 6-fielded-panel door with radial fanlight in
pilastered and pedimented doorcase with sash with glazing bars above. Left
wing: blocked doorway with sash with glazing bars with segmental arch to
left and canted bay window with sashes to right. First floor: central
blocked opening with sash with glazing bars to left and 16-pane sash to
right, all with segmental arches. Dentilled eaves course to both wings.
Hipped roof and ridge stack to right wing. End stacks to left wing. East
facade: 2 storeys, 2 first-floor windows, canted bay rising through both
storeys to left. Sashes with glazing bars throughout, and mezzanine level
window to right bay.
Listing NGR: SE8337131406
This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.