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North Yorkshire
Richmondshire (District Authority)
East Layton
National Grid Reference:
NZ 16174 09996


EAST LAYTON EAST LAYTON NZ 11 SE NZ 10 NE 3/32 East Layton Hall 6/32 4.2.69 - II

House. Early-mid C19. Stuccoed rubble with ashlar dressings, artificial stone slate and Westmorland slate roofs. 2 storeys, 3 x 3 bays. East front: ashlar plinth and chamfered rusticated quoins. Ground floor, to right: Roman Doric pedimented distyle portico with triglyphs, metopes, guttae and mutules; within portico, door of 6 reeded panels below basket- arched fanlight, with tripartite keystone partly-hidden by portico, and flanking 8-pane sash windows in ashlar surrounds, framed by pilasters; to left, segmental bow with tripartite windows with glazing bars, the central section sashed, and with flat lead roof. First-floor band. First floor: sash windows with glazing bars in ashlar surrounds. Eaves band. Artificial stone slate roof hipped to left. Corniced ashlar stacks between first and second bays and at right end. To right, single-storey wing with canted bay of French windows, hipped Westmorland slate roof. South elevation: ashlar plinth, quoins as before, first-floor band. Sash windows in architraves, of 24 panes on ground floor, 16 panes on first floor. Eaves band. West elevation: 3 storeys, 2 first-floor windows. Ashlar plinth, chamfered rusticated quoins. Ground floor: central door of 6 reeded panels below 3- pane overlight in deep ashlar surround; to left, 16-pane sash window in ashlar surround; to right, 24-pane sash window. First floor: 16-pane sash window in ashlar surround; two 9-pane unequally-hung sash windows. Second floor: sash window with glazing bars in ashlar surround; 9-pane unequally- hung sash window. Eaves band. Ashlar coping left; artificial stone slate roof, hipped to right. Ashlar corniced stacks at left end and between second and third bays. To left: 2 storey brick service range. North side: irregular plan. M roof. Interior: doors and shutters of reeded panels, moulded and decorative cornices; open well staircase with scrolled brackets and stick balusters.

Listing NGR: NZ1617409996


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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: 31 Mar 2003
Reference: IOE01/07346/05
Rights: Copyright IoE Mrs Mary Collard. Source Historic England Archive
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