Grove House


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Statutory Address:
Grove House, Wold Road, Barrow upon Humber, DN19 7DQ


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Statutory Address:
Grove House, Wold Road, Barrow upon Humber, DN19 7DQ

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

North Lincolnshire (Unitary Authority)
Barrow upon Humber
National Grid Reference:
TA 07087 20690


This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 26/04/2020

TA 0620-0720 15/19

BARROW UPON HUMBER WOLD ROAD (south side) Grove House

(formerly listed as The Grove)

II House. Mid-late C18, extended and altered in mid-late C19. Brick in Flemish bond, the later section to right with contrasting headers and stretchers. Sandstone ashlar porch. Pantile roofs; slate roofs to bay windows. U-shaped on plan: Two room central entrance hall front with stairs to rear; kitchen wing and servants' accommodation around small courtyard to rear.

Two storeys, five first floor windows: original three window C18 section to left, C19 section to right. Large C19 projecting Doric porch with fluted columns, entablature with triglyphs, moulded cornice and pediment; pilasters flanking ashlar Venetian door with narrow sidelights and wide six-fielded-panel door and plain overlight in reveal. Single C19 canted bay windows to either side with stucco cills, central twelve-pane sashes, Eight-pane side sashes and hipped roofs. Blocked C18 entrance to left of centre. Twelve-pane first floor sashes in flush wood architraves with stucco flat arches and cills. Moulded wooden cornice and gutter. Double span hipped roof. End stacks, axial stack to right of centre. Left return, facing street: six-fielded-panel door under channelled and keyed stucco flat arch flanked by single four-pane sashes in flush wood architraves under similar aches. First floor twelve-pane sash and painted dummy sash. Stepped and cogged brick eaves cornice. C18 kitchen range set back to left: two low storeys, three bays. Board door flanked by twelve-pane sash and twelve-pane sliding sash under segmental arches, first floor twelve-pane sliding sash, stepped eaves.

Interior: entrance hall has Doric pilasters flanking doorways; mid C19 geometric staircase with wreathed hardwood handrail and slender moulded cast-iron balusters; moulded plaster cornices to main rooms; fine six-panel mahogany doors to ground floor front rooms; Adam-style composition chimneypieces to first floor; panelled window shutters and doors in architraves throughout.

Listing NGR: TA0708720690


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 05 Jun 2007
Reference: IOE01/16304/30
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