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Kilburn Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Kilburn High and Low, North Yorkshire

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Latitude: 54.2082 / 54°12'29"N

Longitude: -1.2136 / 1°12'49"W

OS Eastings: 451386

OS Northings: 479451

OS Grid: SE513794

Mapcode National: GBR MMZS.17

Mapcode Global: WHD8R.BHB7

Entry Name: Kilburn Hall

Listing Date: 1 May 1952

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1315230

English Heritage Legacy ID: 332883

Location: Kilburn High and Low, Hambleton, North Yorkshire, YO61

County: North Yorkshire

District: Hambleton

Civil Parish: Kilburn High and Low

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

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Listing Text

SE 5179
(east side)
8/25 Kilburn Hall
(formerly listed as Old
1.5.52 Hall)
House. Mid-late C17, wing largely C18; C19 and C20 alterations. C18 coursed
squared herringbone-tooled stone, partly rendered; pantile roofs. L-shaped, gable
of earlier range facing road with C18 range set back on left. 2 storeys, earlier
range with attic and six first floor windows, C18 range with four first floor
windows. South front (earlier range): mostly rendered with quoins raised on left.
Plinth. Central 6-panel door. Double-chamfered mullion windows: on left of door
a cross window with end of iron tie-rod to left, on right of door wider (formerly
with paired cross window), both under hoodmoulds, to far right a single transomed
light; on first floor single transomed lights to far right (blocked) and above door,
this latter with 2 cross windows to either side, the inner ones blocked. At eaves,
a timber plate supporting cross-timbers with brick infill between them and another
plate above supporting rafters. Shaped kneelers, left one replaced, and ashlar
coping, renewed on left. Renewed central brick ridge stack. Left (west) gable
of this range is rendered, with a restored ground-floor 3-light transomed window
with hoodmould and coat of arms above and a blocked window to each upper floor.
Rear (north side) of this range has the 2 right bays set back and rendered with
a blocked window to each floor, that on ground floor under hoodmould, and on the
left at first floor a blocked, transomed, single light. C18 range west side: 4
bays. The 3 left bays have plinth, central 6-panel door in rusticated surround
flanked by unequally-hung 12-pane sashes with projecting sills and stone lintels
and 3 similar windows above (without lintels). The main feature, in 4th bay, is
a C17 studded boarded and panelled round-arched door in architrave with imposts,
rusticated arch with raised decorative keystone and cornice; above it is a 2-light
12-pane side-sliding sash which breaks the eaves. Rear (east side) of this range
has, inter alia: on left, a board door in quoined surround with massive chevron-
tooled lintel and small window in plain stone surround to its left; on right, either
side of a truncated external stack, single-light double-chamfered windows, both
blocked and the right one broken into by a later 2-light 16-pane side-sliding sash;
the ends of 2 iron tie-rods at ground floor lintel level; above left-hand door a
blocked window having piece of a reused hoodmould for sill, and similar sills to
other first floor windows; eaves band. Interior: not inspected, but former list
description notes that the earlier, south, range has two good C17 panelled rooms
on the first floor and the later range moulded ceiling beams on ground floor.

Listing NGR: SE5138679451

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