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Hoyle Court

A Grade II Listed Building in Baildon, Bradford

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Latitude: 53.85 / 53°50'59"N

Longitude: -1.7511 / 1°45'4"W

OS Eastings: 416470

OS Northings: 439335

OS Grid: SE164393

Mapcode National: GBR JR6X.PM

Mapcode Global: WHC93.2HDC

Plus Code: 9C5WR6XX+XH

Entry Name: Hoyle Court

Listing Date: 18 October 1985

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1133407

English Heritage Legacy ID: 337867

Location: Baildon, Bradford, BD17

County: Bradford

Civil Parish: Baildon

Built-Up Area: Baildon

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Baildon St John the Evangelist

Church of England Diocese: Leeds

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SE16493 (north side)

7/15 Hoyle Court


Mill owner's large house, now Masonic Lodge. Initialled and dated
" E. B. 1912 ". Snecked dressed rubble with ashlar dressings, hammer-
dressed stone to rear, stone slate roof. Edwardian Baroque style.
2½ storeys. South front: symmetrical facade, U-shaped with projecting
wings. 11 bays to ground floor, 5 bays of windows to 1st floor. Wings
have quoins and 2 ground-floor windows with architrave, keystone,
projecting sill and apron. Above and set between is 3-light window
with broken pediment set over central light which has apron under with
carved bracket. Shaped gabled dormer with keyed oculus and carved
bracket. Hipped roof with lateral stack to both wings. Slightly set-
back hall range has 3 ground-floor windows either side of doorway with
Gibbs surround and triple-keystone. 1st floor has 3 windows of 3 lights
the central one with broken triangular pediment flanked by broken
segmental pedimented windows. Parapet with Lombard frieze rising to
central feature with carved urn. Original dormer windows with hips.
Hipped roof with 3 stacks with alternate raised and flush quoined angles.
Rear has main feature of porch with elaborate doorcase with triple
keystone, Ionic pilasters with raised blocks, architrave, pulvinated
frieze, cornice and open triangular pediment, parapet surmounted by
carved urn. Set back lst-floor window has broken segmental pediment
with keyed oculus above, shaped gable flanking piers with brackets.

Interior: Stair-hall has fine closed-string open-well staircase with
wreathed and ramped handrail, fluted newels with Corinthian capitals
and alternate fluted and twist balusters, 2 to each riser, with brackets.
Opposite doorways have flanking Doric pilasters the doorcase with
architrave and console keystone. Plaster cornice with egg-and-dart
moulding. Walls have large rectangular panels. 2 main reception rooms,
now opened into one room, have moulded cornices; the northernmost room
has heavy modillioned cornice and egg-and-dart moulding, fluted pilasters
flanking large double doors of 2 panels; the other has dado-rail with
Vitruvian scroll decoration, dentil cornice with foliage enrichment
with palmette and urns. A 3rd room has fine doorcases with stepped
architrave, pulvinated frieze decorated with egg-and-dart moulding
and cyma-moulded cornice. Richly decorated fireplace has carved
Bacchanalian scene with cherubs and donkey, the sides decorated with
carved devils' heads and fruit and foliage, modillioned cornice,
marbled surround with original iron grate the apron fretted with Greek
Key ornament, carved overmantel with a copy of the original painting.

Listing NGR: SE1647039335

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