The January Historic Building Calendar

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Boothby Manor House, Boothby Pagnell, Lincolnshire - Click Image to Enlarge

Dating from the late 12th century, this two storey range is all that remains of a complex of buildings that one formed the Manor House. It comprises a first floor hall and solar accessed by an external staircase set over a vaulted two chamber undercroft.
Boothby Manor House is built of coursed limestone rubble walling with a roof of Collyweston limestone flags laid to diminishing courses. Internally there is a magnificent twelfth century, round back fireplace with a massive ashlar stone hood. The four-light window to the first floor was inserted in the 16
th century. Boothby Manor House is listed Grade I.

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