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© Mr Derek Le Mare

IoE Number: 111805
Location: EGGLESTON HALL, B6281 (north side)
  EGGLESTON, TEESDALE, DURHAM
Photographer: Mr Derek Le Mare
Date Photographed: 27 January 2001
Date listed: 07 January 1952
Date of last amendment: 07 January 1952
Grade II*

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EGGLESTONB6281 North sideNY992325/4Eggleston Hall7.1.52GVII*

EGGLESTON B6281 North side NY9923 25/4 Eggleston Hall 7.1.52 GV II* House, now private residential school. 1827 by I. Bonomi for T. Hutchinson, incorporating parts of earlier house. Sandstone ashlar with plinth; older rear wing sandstone rubble with ashlar dressings; roof of small graduated Lakeland slates. Irregular plan: main range with long returns and set-back right wing. Main range 2 storeys, 4 bays; right wing 2 lower storeys, 5 bays. Main block symmetrical; projecting end bays linked by tetrastyle fluted Doric colonnade; entablature with triglyph frieze. Central double panelled door, partly glazed, flanked by aproned sashes with glazing bars. Similar windows in ground floor of end bays; first floor sashes have glazing bars and projecting stone sills. Top string, cornice and blocking course. Right wing windows mostly sashes with glazing bars, the first and fifth bays wider. Low pitched hipped roofs have corniced ridge chimneys. Rear range of rear courtyard incorporates gabled 2-storey, 2-bay range with blocked oeuil de boeuf over blocked doors with wood lintels on both floors. Interior: rear open-well stair has moulded rail on brass balustrade and moulded wood steps. Hall screen of 2 ground-floor Ionic columns and 2 first- floor Corinthian columns; Greek key fret at first floor sill level, with large sash window; ceiling has stucco rinceau frieze. Stucco cornices in principal ground-floor rooms: Greek key pattern in entrance hall and former morning room (now subdivided); oak, vine and strawberry trails in dining room; and floral in sitting room. 6-panel doors in fluted doorcases with acanthus flowers on corner blocks. Older part in rear has deeply-bowed chamfered tie beam visible in upper room.

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