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Hastings Place

A Grade II Listed Building in Lytham St Anne's, Lancashire

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Latitude: 53.7377 / 53°44'15"N

Longitude: -2.9645 / 2°57'52"W

OS Eastings: 336476

OS Northings: 427245

OS Grid: SD364272

Mapcode National: GBR 7TQ6.ZW

Mapcode Global: WH85P.F9KY

Entry Name: Hastings Place

Listing Date: 15 February 1993

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1196371

English Heritage Legacy ID: 385279

Location: Fylde, Lancashire, FY8

County: Lancashire

District: Fylde

Town: Fylde

Electoral Ward/Division: Clifton

Built-Up Area: Lytham St Anne's

Traditional County: Lancashire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lancashire

Church of England Parish: Lytham St Cuthbert

Church of England Diocese: Blackburn

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Listing Text


621-1/5/61 (East side)
Nos.1-16 (Consecutive)
Hastings Place


Terrace of small town houses; No.8 now an office. c1846-53,
Red brick in Flemish bond with sandstone dressings and slate
Long convex curved plan, with projected gabled bays to Nos 1,
4, 8, 13 and 16, No.8 double-fronted and all the others
single-fronted, and all with individual back extensions.
Eclectic style with Gothick accent. No.8, forming a central
feature to the whole terrace, is two-and-a-half storeys and 3
bays, symmetrical, with a narrow set-back centre flanked by
wide gabled bays which have quoined corners, 1st-floor
sillbands and steeply-pitched gables with stone copings.
Its centre has a rectangular porch with quoins and a
round-headed archway with imposts, keystone and hoodmould, and
a coped parapet; a one-light window at 1st floor, a stone
banner over this lettered "HASTINGS PLACE", and a stone
parapet pierced by a quatrefoil, with an obelisk finial; its
wings have added rectangular bays at ground floor with coupled
windows and hipped roofs, 2-light windows at 1st floor and
one-light attic windows.
The houses in the ranges on either side are all 2-storeyed
(except No.1 which has an attic) with 2 windows at 1st floor
(1 and 2 lights, alternating), and one window and a
round-headed doorway at ground floor. Nos 1, 4 and 5, 12 and
13, and 15 and 16 have flat-roofed porches formed by sideways
extensions to the projected gabled bays, with panelled
parapets and double string-courses carried across, and the
others have flush doorways protected by hipped canopies on
brackets, but all the doorways are round-headed with imposts
and keystones, and some have radiating glazing bars in the
All the gabled bays have stone canted bay windows with shallow
roofs. The other windows have quoined surrounds, and most
windows have altered glazing. Ridge chimney stacks.
The front gardens are enclosed by boundary and partition walls
of cobblestones with brick framing and stone copings, approx.
1 metre high, a pair of stone gatepiers with pyramidal caps in
line with each front door.
HISTORY: built by the Clifton estate and named Hastings Place
to commemorate the marriage of two sons of the Clifton family
of Lytham Hall to daughters of the Marquis of Hastings.

Listing NGR: SD3647627245

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