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The Old School and Adjoining Boundary Walls

A Grade II Listed Building in Grantham, Lincolnshire

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Latitude: 52.9458 / 52°56'44"N

Longitude: -0.6177 / 0°37'3"W

OS Eastings: 492976

OS Northings: 339604

OS Grid: SK929396

Mapcode National: GBR DPS.6NF

Mapcode Global: WHGKH.H711

Plus Code: 9C4XW9WJ+8W

Entry Name: The Old School and Adjoining Boundary Walls

Listing Date: 14 November 1994

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1187956

English Heritage Legacy ID: 382938

Location: Belton and Manthorpe, South Kesteven, Lincolnshire, NG32

County: Lincolnshire

District: South Kesteven

Civil Parish: Belton and Manthorpe

Traditional County: Lincolnshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lincolnshire

Church of England Parish: Belton St Peter and St Paul

Church of England Diocese: Lincoln

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Listing Text

In the entry for
SK 9239
Belton (north west
1315-0/8/65 The Old School
and adjoining
14/11/94 Walls

The first sentence of the description shall be amended to read
"School, now a house and horologist's studio, and adjoining boundary walls"


SK9239 MAIN STREET, Belton
1315-0/8/65 (North West side)
The Old School and adjoining
boundary walls

School, now a house and workshop, and adjoining boundary
walls. Dated 1826 and 1838, with C20 alterations. By Anthony
Salvin. Coursed squared stone with ashlar dressings and slate
roof. Central external rear wall stack, formerly with 5 round
coped flues, now reduced to one. Single external stack of the
same design on the left gable. Tudor Revival style. Plinth,
quoins, shouldered coped gables with kneelers. Single storey
plus attics; 5 window range. Windows have stone surrounds,
chamfered mullions and cornices. Most have diamond pane
glazing. Central porch with a through-eaves dormer with
crowstepped gable and finial, and a single light window.
Moulded doorcase with cornice and 4-centred arched board door.
Above it, a cross, and a scroll with Latin inscription.
Beyond, single windows, then larger cross casements. Right
gable has a 2-light window and is topped with a gabled single
bellcote. Below, a square porch with coped balustrade and
doorway similar to the front. Left gable has reglazed single
light windows flanking the stack. Beyond, a single storey
service building with monopitch corrugated iron roof, single
door and window. Outside, at the front, 2 lengths of dwarf
wall with chamfered coping and rounded corners, formerly
topped with a railing. At the rear, a coursed squared stone
boundary wall approx 2.5m high and 15m long, with a stepped
coping and an off-centre chamfered doorway.
An educational building provided for workers on the Belton
estate by the Brownlow family. One of several estate buildings
by Salvin for John, first Earl Brownlow, 1815-1853, of Belton
(The Buildings of England: Pevsner N, Harris J & Antram N:
Lincolnshire: London: 1964-1989: 135-136; Kerr M: Survey notes
on National Trust properties in Belton: 1985-1989; Allibone J:
Anthony Salvin: Cambridge: 1988-: 164).

Listing NGR: SK9297639604

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