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The Hall

A Grade II* Listed Building in Winterton, North Lincolnshire

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Latitude: 53.6551 / 53°39'18"N

Longitude: -0.5934 / 0°35'36"W

OS Eastings: 493059

OS Northings: 418536

OS Grid: SE930185

Mapcode National: GBR SV95.BH

Mapcode Global: WHGG0.VDL9

Entry Name: The Hall

Listing Date: 17 October 1985

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1116900

English Heritage Legacy ID: 442652

Location: Winterton, North Lincolnshire, DN15

County: North Lincolnshire

Civil Parish: Winterton

Built-Up Area: Winterton

Traditional County: Lincolnshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lincolnshire

Church of England Parish: Winterton All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Lincoln

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Listing Text

(south side)

9/72 No 9 and No 11 (The Hall)


House, now divided in two. Late C18-early C19 for William Marris; side
porch and minor alterations of 1833 for Lady Boynton; 1931 and 1978
additions to rear. Coursed limestone rubble and brick, stuccoed to front
and right return, colourwashed to left return. Slate roof. Classical
style. Plan: 3-rooms wide, one room deep, stairhall to rear of central
entrance hall. 2 storeys, 5 window bays; symmetrical. Pedimented central
bay breaks forward. Plinth. Quoins. Flight of 3 stone steps to door.
Doric surround with engaged columns supporting fluted entablature and
dentilled open pediment; part-glazed panelled door and radial fanlight in
arched panelled reveal. 8-pane sash sidelights with projecting cills and
raised channelled architraves beneath keyed and channelled flat arches.
Sashes in similar surrounds to either side, 12-pane to right, C19 2-pane to
left. Ground floor windows have decorative wooden blind boxes. First floor
band. First floor has central tripartite sash with glazing bars, ornate C19
cast-iron balconette and wooden blind box beneath keyed and channelled flat
arch; 12-pane sashes with cills and similar arches. Bold dentilled eaves
cornice and pediment. Keyed oculus in tympanum with moulded architrave and
radial glazing bars. flipped roof. Axial and end stacks. Right return has
projecting enclosed porch with plinth, round-headed 2-leaf part-glazed doors
in architrave and chamfered reveal, cornice and flat hood; recessed panels
and narrow lights to side. Later sections to rear of no special interest.
Interior. Entrance hall: moulded dado rail, delicate plasterwork wall
panelling, overmantel, frieze, modillioned cornice and ceiling with fan and
garland decoration; five 6-panelled doors with architraves, ornate plaster
cornices and friezes with sleeping lion centrepiece flanked by festoons and
urns. Stairhall: profile cantilevered stone staircase with ramped and
wreathed handrail and fluted column balusters; plaster panelling to balcony,
modillioned cornice and delicate plasterwork ceiling. Drawing Room ground
floor right: moulded panel between windows, delicate plasterwork frieze,
cornice and ceiling with fan, garlands and trophies. Dining Room ground
floor left: moulded ceiling rose, frieze with sphinx motif and dentilled
cornice. Principal bedroom first floor right: ornate plaster cornice and
good chimneypiece with composition ornament. Plain moulded cornices to
other first floor rooms, one to rear right with a small dentilled
chimneypiece. Beaded-panel doors and window shutters in architraves
throughout. Marris built this and other houses in Winterton after winning a
£10,000 lottery. Of the extensive 1833 additions by H.R. Abraham of London
for Lady Boynton, only the porch survives. W. Andrews, The History of
Winterton, 1836, 17.

Listing NGR: SE9305918536

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