11 (Church Lodge) and 13 Station Road

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1151591
Date first listed:
15-Sep-1982
Statutory Address:
11 (Church Lodge) and 13, Station Road, Hatfield, Doncaster, DN7 6PY

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Location

Statutory Address:
11 (Church Lodge) and 13, Station Road, Hatfield, Doncaster, DN7 6PY

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

District:
Doncaster (Metropolitan Authority)
Parish:
Hatfield
National Grid Reference:
SE 66248 09602

Details

This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 23 November 2021 to update the name and address and to reformat the text to current standards

SE6609 (SE 60 NE) 16/55

HATFIELD STATION ROAD (south side) No 11 (Church Lodge) and No 13

(Formerly listed as Nos 11 and 13 including The Shoe Box)

15.9.82

GV II

House extended to form Workhouse, now two dwellings (partly unoccupied at time of resurvey) and shop. No 11 dated 'C D 1711', No 13 of c1720 with C19 additions; altered. Red brick in English garden wall bond, pantile and C20 cement-tile roofs. C18 L-shaped range of two storeys with attics having three and two windows to first floor facing east and south respectively on internal angle; attached outbuilding set back on left of No 11, attached single-storey additions around rear and front gable end of No 13. No 11 has large quoins in angle on right and C19 panelled door with overlight flanked on left by a two-light horizontally-sliding sash with glazing bars beneath cement-rendered head; later casement beneath cemented flat arch on right.

First floor: band; datestone over door beneath blind central window; later sash on left and unglazed opening on right with cemented flat arches; two brick ridge stacks. Ruinous outbuilding set back on left has front gable and old pantile roof. No 13 set at right angle on right: six-panel door and overlight within C20 porch, sash with glazing bars on right truncating low brick band; two casements to first floor. Single-storey addition on right has an eighteen-pane sash. Front (east) gable of No 13 adjoined by 'The Shoe Box' with segmentally-arched door flanked by large four-pane sashes in coped (fall which wraps around to right before adjoining outshuts at the junction of which it envelopes a rebuilt lateral stack to rear of No 13.

Originally built as a private house known as Church Lodge, served as the Workhouse from c1720 until 1839 when it was divided into two dwellings.

Listing NGR: SE6624809602

Legacy

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

Legacy System number:
334630
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: 29 Mar 2003
Reference: IOE01/10120/02
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