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25, Low Street

A Grade II Listed Building in Haxey, North Lincolnshire

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Latitude: 53.4886 / 53°29'19"N

Longitude: -0.8354 / 0°50'7"W

OS Eastings: 477370

OS Northings: 399733

OS Grid: SK773997

Mapcode National: GBR QXL3.Y4

Mapcode Global: WHFFK.4KGX

Plus Code: 9C5XF5Q7+FR

Entry Name: 25, Low Street

Listing Date: 10 September 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1356558

English Heritage Legacy ID: 165178

Location: Haxey, North Lincolnshire, DN9

County: North Lincolnshire

Civil Parish: Haxey

Built-Up Area: Haxey

Traditional County: Lincolnshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lincolnshire

Church of England Parish: Haxey St Nicholas

Church of England Diocese: Lincoln

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No 25 LOW STREET (north side)

House. Mid-late C18 with later minor alterations. Yellow-brown brick in contrasting Flemish bond, rendered to right return and lower courses of front. Concrete tile roof. Two-room, central lobby-entry plan with half- cellar and pantry behind central staircase. Two storeys with attic, three bays; symmetrical. Plinth. Step to six-fielded-panel door beneath moulded lintel and four-pane overlight in architrave and reveal beneath segmental stretcher arch. Original 12-pane sash in flush wooden architrave to left and C19-C2O three-light casement to right, beneath similar segmental arches. First floor: twelve-pane sashes in flush wooden architraves with sills, that to centre beneath segmental header arch, those to side bays beneath C20 soldier arches. Stepped and cogged brick eaves cornice. Stone-coped gables with worn shaped kneelers. End stacks, that to right rebuilt. C20 attic casement to left gable end beneath original segmental arch; pair of C20 casements in original openings to right gable end. Interior. Original features include winding staircase, spine beams and exposed joists, fielded- panel alcoves with six-panel doors to ground floor right; plaster upper floors. One of the very few unaltered examples of this distinctive plan form: other similar examples, but with more generous open-well staircases, are 64 High Street, Belton (qv) and 87 High Street, Swinefleet (qv). W Read, History of the Isle of Axholme, 1858, illustration, p 268.

Listing NGR: SK7737099733

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