NEWBY WISKE HALL

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1150940
Date first listed:
20-Dec-1985
Statutory Address:
NEWBY WISKE HALL, MAIN STREET

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Location

Statutory Address:
NEWBY WISKE HALL, MAIN STREET

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

County:
North Yorkshire
District:
Hambleton (District Authority)
Parish:
Newby Wiske
National Grid Reference:
SE 36626 87558

Details

NEWBY WISKE MAIN STREET SE 38 NE (west side) 3/32 Newby Wiske Hall GV II 20.12.85

Country house, now North Yorkshire Constabulary headquarters. C17, C18 and mid C19. Cement rendered with stone dressings, Welsh slate roof. Main front: mid C19 2½ storeys, 11 bays, with lower 2-storey 4-bay wing to right and C20 additions to rear; a lower wing to right-hand side of 2 storeys, 4 bays. Main front: plinth. Central panelled door set in full-height 2- storey porch with round-arched opening, pilasters, architrave and keystone. All windows in central 9 bays are 4-pane sashes apart from those on second floor which are C20 casements. Those to ground floor have moulded architraves with a panel between top of window and architrave. First floor: band. Windows have architraves, friezes and cornices, that to porch has consoles to frieze and small balcony with pilasters supported by console brackets. Second floor: windows have plain architraves. Outer bays breaking forward are rusticated to ground floor and have: quoins; tripartite ground-floor windows with Doric pilasters, sills, frieze and cornice; first -floor bands and Venetian first-floor windows with Ionic columns, panelling under sills, friezes and cornices and central keystones. Left-hand bay blind. To all 11 bays: frieze, cornice and blocking course. Roof hipped at either end; 4 stacks to ridge with bases, cornices and blocking courses. Rear: 2 rainwater heads one dated 1693 and the other 1671, but no other feature before mid C19. Left return: 2 storeys, 6 bays, similar to end bays of main front; all windows are 4-pane sashes, end bays break forward. Interior: grand late C19 open well staircase; late C19 wooden chimney pieces.

Listing NGR: SE3662687558

Legacy

The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number:
332257
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

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

End of official listing

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Date: 10 Feb 2004
Reference: IOE01/11074/05
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