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IoE Number: 334650
Location: BRAMWITH HALL, HALL LANE (north east side)
Photographer: Mr W. Robin Hodges
Date Photographed: 21 April 2005
Date listed: 24 November 1966
Date of last amendment: 24 November 1966
Grade II

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STAINFORTHHALL LANESE 61 SW(north-east side),South Bramwith6/73Bramwith Hall

STAINFORTH HALL LANE SE 61 SW (north-east side), South Bramwith 6/73 Bramwith Hall 24.11.66 GV II Small country house. C18, rebuilt early C19. Stuccoed brick, Westmorland slate roof. 3 storeys. 5-bay garden front with 2-storey, 2-bay addition on its right. Plinth. Part-glazed, panelled door and overlight with decorative glazing bars in a Doric stone porch with full entablature have floral metopes; flanking bays have unequally-hung 15-pane sashes. lst floor: band, projecting sills to tall sashes with glazing bars. 2nd floor: projecting sills to short 6-pane sashes. Eaves band to hipped roof with end stacks. Addition on right has two C20 casements with glazing bars to ground floor and central 16-pane sash over; hipped roof with tall end stack on right. Rear: symmetrical 3-bay entrance front with part-glazed panelled door in C18 scrolled and eared architrave beneath consoled pediment; flanking sashes with glazing bars have projecting sills and cambered heads. lst floor: tall 18-pane stair window with floating pediment; other windows as front. Right return: round-headed window to upper landing of service stair; bell attached to wall on right. Interior: entrance hall with scrolled ironwork balustrade to wooden staircase, door architraves with floral corner blocks. Front-left through-room with Corinthian-columned screen and basket archway, enriched cornices and acanthus ceiling features. Front-right room with moulded ashlar fireplace, another to rear with fine carving of grape vines. Service stair with turned newels and square-section balusters.

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