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KIRKLINTON HALL

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Georgian house for Edmund Appleby, with extensive additions in 1875 for the Kirklinton-Saul family. The core of the house possbly dates back to circa 1661. The house was constructed from coursed rubble with dressed stone and ashlar, the roof was originally slate, but at time of survey, mostly removed. The house is in a rough E-shape, and has two or three storeys and numerous bays. To the front there are three storeys and five bays with a central round-headed doorway flanked by doric columns on supporting plinth. On the wing facing the road there are three storeys with a gable and four bays. The 1875 additions consist of two storeys with attics, there is a wing that matches the road facing one and a very large L shaped extension that has five bays. At time of survey the building was empty and delapidated.

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