Houses & Halls in Lincolnshire

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Cleatham Hall, Manton, Lincolnshire

Cleatham Hall, Manton

In the Buildings of England by Pevsner, Cleatham Hall is mentioned as originally being a plain Georgian box. It was rebuilt in 1855 in the Palladian style by Mr Maw including a geometrical cantilevered stone staircase with cast iron balusters. The garden is also mentioned being of rich in Victori...

The Hospital of William Browne, Stamford, Lincolnshire

The Hospital of William Browne, Stamford

Founded by William Browne in 1475, it looks like a church though is in fact a medieval almshouse used to accommodate the elderly.Be respectful if visiting as the almshouses are occupied.

Fydell House, Boston, Lincolnshire

Fydell House, Boston

Fydell House, set in the heart of the cultural quarter, in Boston, is regarded as one of the grandest houses in town.Situated next to the Guildhall and the Sam Newson music centre, it is maintained by a blend of professionals and volunteers, organising a variety of activities from this picturesque a...

Belton House, Grantham, Lincolnshire

Belton House, Grantham

Belton House is one of the finest examples of Carolean architecture in the UK and was the setting for "Rosings Park" in the BBC's 1995 television version of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.set in its own extensive deer park with delightful gardens, luxuriantly planted orangery and lakeside walks....

Grantham House, Grantham, Lincolnshire

Grantham House, Grantham

Originally a country residence but over time it was gradually surrounded by the growing town of Grantham. Dating from 1380 and reportedly subject to a number of hauntings, most of the building seen today dates from the 16th - 18th centuries.Both Princess Margaret, the daughter of Henry VII and Cardi...

Carre's Hospital, Sleaford, Lincolnshire

Carre's Hospital, Sleaford

Quite often, the first time a visitor to Sleaford will spot Carre's Hospital will be from sitting at the traffic lights and wondering what that splendid looking building is. Situated on the corner of Eastgate and Carre Street, opposite the wonderful St Deny's Church, it was fo...

Doddington Hall & Gardens, Doddington, Lincolnshire

Doddington Hall & Gardens, Doddington

Currents events now updated for 2017! The Hall Begun in 1595 by Robert Smythson, one of England’s foremost Elizabethan Architects, Doddington Hall was completed in 1600 and has never been sold or cleared out since. Doddington is still a lived-in and much loved family home, alive with history...

Scawby Hall And Gardens, Scawby, Lincolnshire

Scawby Hall And Gardens, Scawby

Scawby Hall is a Jacobean manor house and was begun by Richard Nelthorpe of Glandford Brigg (1569—1640) in 1605 and has been lived in by members of the Nelthorpe family ever since. The stunning building is Grade I listed and contains a number of important paintings including five by George Stub...

Wendover Hall, Humberston, Lincolnshire

Wendover Hall, Humberston

Wendover Hall has stood within Humberston village for more than a century. The parish council is currently seeking planning permission for a large extension which will provide a new secondary hall/room as well as new toilet facilities, storage and kitchen. The hall is available for hire for gr...

Nocton Hall Ruins, Nocton, Lincolnshire

Nocton Hall Ruins, Nocton

Nocton Hall is a Grade II listed building in the village of Nocton and sits behind safety barriers. The plaque on the north face of the Hall indicates that the original building dates back to about 1530 but since then there have been two notable reconstructions. Several prominent people have b...

University Of Lincoln, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

University Of Lincoln, Lincoln

The University of Lincoln has origins tracing back to the late 19th century and developed through the years by merging with surrounding educational institutions. It attained university status in 1992 and was known as the University of Humberside until 1996 and the University of Lincolnshire and H...

Henry Godson's Almshouses, Heckington, Lincolnshire

Henry Godson's Almshouses, Heckington

In the delightful village of Heckington, on a pleasant and traditional green, stand the Henry Godson Almshouses. Constructed in 1886 they feature red brick in Flemish bond, slate roofs with raised stone coped gables and moulded kneelers. Godson bequeathed four Almshouses to the village and they...

Temperance Hall, Heckington, Lincolnshire

Temperance Hall, Heckington

Temperance Hall was built by Moses Franks MRCS and given to the parish in 1863. Constructed of yellow gault brick with a slate roof it has a broad front with bay windows and a central gabled porch flanked by glazing bar sash windows. On the upper floor is set a stone tablet declaring "Tem...

Navigation House Visitor Centre, Sleaford, Lincolnshire

Navigation House Visitor Centre, Sleaford

This impressive, refurbished original canal company office, built in 1838, is a Grade-II listed building standing in the old public wharf area, now known as Navigation Yard, off Carre Street. The building, thought to be the only one of its kind still in existence, has a heritage theme covering th...

Victorian Bass Maltings, Sleaford, Lincolnshire

Victorian Bass Maltings, Sleaford

The Bass Maltings complex opened in 1905, replacing all the small malthouses in the area.The complex struggled to remain open during the Second World War, but survived and continued operating until 1960. It is now a Grade II listed building.Sir Nikolaus Pevsner considered the huge brewing malthouses...