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West Lindsey (District Authority)
Gate Burton
National Grid Reference:
SK 83691 83040



3/11 Gate Burton Hall (formerly 16.10.79 listed as Gate Burton Hall, G.V. II * Gate Burton House)

Country house now 3 residences. 1774-80, 1913-14, by Detmar Blow, c.1920. Brown brick, red brick, limestone ashlar dressings. Black pantile and slate hipped roofs with 8 stacks to rear, Brown brick C18 south front with red brick single storey 2 bay additions to left and right of 1913-14. Two and a half storey, 5 bay C18 front with brick plinth, broad first floor ashlar band and narrower ashlar band above. 3 central bays project slightly with central ashlar doorway with round moulded head and surround, ornate, scrolled keystone with looped festoons of fruit and flowers above and moulded cornice. Partially glazed double doors and large plain fanlight. Doorway flanked by 2 glazing bar sashes on each side with 5 glazing bar sashes above and 5 smaller glazing bar sashes above. Moulded ashlar cornice and parapet above rising to pediment over 3 central bays. Single storey bays to left and right with ashlar plinth and 2 glazing bar sashes each, with raised ashlar keystones. Moulded ashlar band above with ashlar dressed red brick parapet. C18 west front with red brick additions to 7 bay ground floor and 3 storey, 2 bays to left of 1913-14. 2 glazing bar sashes to right set in blind rectangular openings with raised ashlar keystones. Windows flanked by broad brick pilasters. Ashlar band above runs across 3 bays to left supported by 2 ashlar rectangular columns with flanking ashlar pilasters. 3 round headed brick arches set behind. Ashlar dressed brick parapet-above. Brown brick C18 house set back above with 5 glazingbar sashes and 4 smaller glazing bar sashes above. 2 bays to left project forward with giant order ashlar corner pilaster to right with rounded base and re-entrant curved capital. Ashlar quoins to left. 2 glazing bar sashes with 2 glazing bar sashes above, all with raised ashlar r keystones. Ashlar band above and 2 glazing bar sashes above. Ashlar modillioned cornice above with ashlar dressed brick parapet. North front of 1913-14 of red brick with ashlar dressings. Two and a half storeys, 5 bay front with plinth, 4 giant order pilasters with Corinthian capitals, second floor ashlar band and ashlar quoins. Central ashlar doorway with round moulded head and scrolled keystone, with festoons of fruit and flowers above and scrolled open pediment supported on ornate, scrolled brackets. Panelled doors. Doorway flanked by single narrow glazing bar sashes under continuous ashlar cornice. Doorway flanked by single glazing bar sashes with moulded ashlar architraves and keystones, with single glazing bar sashes beyond with raised ashlar keystones. 3 glazing bar sashes above doorway with moulded ashlar architraves and raised keystones. Single glazing bar sashes beyond with raised ashlar keystones. Narrow glazing bar sash between first and second windows to left. 5 glazing bar sashes above with narrow glazing bar sash between first and second windows to left. Modillioned ashlar dressed pediment rises above central 3 bays with keyed oculus. Red brick wing to east of c1920 with regularly placed glazingbar sashes with raised ashlar keystones and moulded ashlar eaves. Fine neo- classical interior of Detmar Blow. Hall with 3 giant order plain round headed arches with scrolled keystones. 2 flight ashlar staircase and gallery with ornate tread ends and ornate wrought iron banisters and upper balustrade. 2 panelled rooms, that to the south west painted green and gold with bands of egg and dart decoration. Panelled plaster ceiling with floral festoons and musical instruments. Adam type white marble fireplace with inner green marble moulded surround. Library with American cedar panelling with 5 large round headed niches with scrolled keystones. Large Venetian window to east. Ornate white marble fireplace with central panel with angel and cherubs, inner yellow and grey streaked marble moulded surround. Small study on north- east with plaster ceiling band of acorns and oak leaves, ornate white marble fireplace with inlaid coloured marble. Upstairs rooms with good quality, often ornate, fireplaces.

Listing NGR: SK8369183040


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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: 10 Apr 2002
Reference: IOE01/05887/21
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Tom Truefitt. Source Historic England Archive
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