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Number 18 (Belmont) and Number 20, Garden Wall and Outhouse Adjoining to Rear

A Grade II Listed Building in Appleby, North Lincolnshire

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Latitude: 53.6211 / 53°37'15"N

Longitude: -0.566 / 0°33'57"W

OS Eastings: 494944

OS Northings: 414794

OS Grid: SE949147

Mapcode National: GBR SVHK.7N

Mapcode Global: WHGG7.87QV

Plus Code: 9C5XJCCM+CH

Entry Name: Number 18 (Belmont) and Number 20, Garden Wall and Outhouse Adjoining to Rear

Listing Date: 6 January 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1083730

English Heritage Legacy ID: 165966

ID on this website: 101083730

Location: Appleby, North Lincolnshire, DN15

County: North Lincolnshire

Civil Parish: Appleby

Built-Up Area: Appleby

Traditional County: Lincolnshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lincolnshire

Church of England Parish: Appleby St Bartholomew

Church of England Diocese: Lincoln

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(east side)

16/7 No 18 (Belmont) and No
20, garden wall and
outhouse adjoining to


Pair of houses with garden wall and outhouse to rear. 1870s for Winn
Estate. House and outhouse of dressed limestone with red brick dressings
and stack, and yellow brick details; pantile roofs. Garden wall of red
brick. T-shaped on plan: each house with parlour to front, entrance porch
and stairs to side, kitchen and pantry to rear. Projecting 2-storey, 2-bay
twin-gabled wing to front with flanking porches to side elevations.
Chamfered plinth, raised quoins. Two 3-light ground-floor casements. 3-
course first-floor band with central cogged yellow brick course. Similar,
smaller first-floor windows. All windows with wooden mullions and glazing
bars in raised brick surrounds with painted sills and rubbed-brick cambered
arches. Short sections of 3-course stepped and cogged brick cornice to
centre and sides, continued as raking cornice, forming broken pediments to
twin gables with overhanging eaves and plain bargeboards. Large central
stack with brick bands, stepped and cogged yellow brick cornice and 8
square-section corniced and crested pots. Side elevations: lean-to porches
with overhanging roofs carried on corbelled timber brackets; board doors
with 3 vertical battens beneath 2-pane overlights in chamfered wooden
reveals and brick surrounds. Single 2-light ground-floor window to No 18,
C20 single-light replacement window to No 20; 3-course stepped and cogged
brick first-floor bands, 3-light first-floor windows. Windows, cogged eaves
cornice, broken pediment and bargeboards similar to front. No 18 retains
original chamfered wooden window mullions. Adjoining brick-coped wall
separating the gardens to the rear connects with single-storey outhouse with
plinth, quoins, board doors and cogged brick eaves and raking cornices
similar to house. Included as an example of the series of houses built in
the village for Rowland Winn of Nostell, later Lord St Oswald, from plans
published by the Salopian Society. Included for group value. N J Lyons,
Small Houses since 1750 in North-West Lincolnshire, 1985, xiii, pl 14.

Listing NGR: SE9494414794

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