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North Yorkshire
Richmondshire (District Authority)
Patrick Brompton
National Grid Reference:
SE 22037 90681


PATRICK BROMPTON A 684 SE 29 SW (south side)

4/80 Dalesend (formerly listed as The Hall)

13.2.67 GV ll*

Country house. Early C18, with alterations and additions c1901. For Gregory Elsley. Coursed sandstone with ashlar dressings, stone slate roof. Central 3-storey, 5-bay block with rear outshut and rear wing, flanked by single-storey 2-bay wings. South garden front: central block: plinth. Quoins. String courses. Central 6-panel leaved door below 4-pane overlight in keyed architrave flanked by fielded panels below consoles supporting segmental pediment. Sash windows with glazing bars in keyed architraves with moulded sills, shorter, of 6 panes on second floor. Cornice. Parapet with corner ball finials. Ashlar copings. Ashlar end stacks. Flanking wings of 1901 with matching plinths, outer quoins, strings, parapets and larger sash windows in keyed architraves. Rear: outshut with shaped kneelers, mostly obscured by large rear service wing of c1901, not of special interest. Left return: C20 bow window to left wing. Right return: square bay window with tripartite sashes, and recessed 8-pane sash and doorway matching that in south front except for triangular pediment. Interior: original entrance hall with dentil cornice and turned-baluster staircase; to left, sitting room with Vitruvian scroll dado and cornice with anthemion and egg and dart motifs; to right, dining room with bolection- moulded panelling, Vitruvian scroll dado and cornice with modillions alternating with rosettes and egg and dart motif. Doors of 6 fielded panels on ground and first floors, and originally of 2 fielded panels on second floor. Drawing room in left wing has pine chimney-piece from Clumber Park, with Corinthian columns and enriched frieze. Former billiard room in right wing has ceiling border with fruit and foliage. In the side entrance hall, a Roman tombstone to Siminia Vera, wife of Flavius Italicus, brought from Catteractonium. Brompton Hall belonged to the Elsley family into the C20, and formed the rectory in the time of Rev Gregory Elsley in the C18.

Listing NGR: SE2203390681


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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: 18 Nov 2002
Reference: IOE01/09465/24
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