List number: 1335577
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NY4355267392

Kirklinton Hall


Kirklinton Hall was built in c.1661, reusing stone from nearby Levington Hall, for Edmund Appleby.[1] During the Second World War the hall was used by the RAF. Later the hall was used as flats, a hotel and a casino, but was badly damaged by a fire in the 1970s. The Hall and gardens were bought by the Boyle family in 2012, who are in the process of restoring the house, with the gardens now open to visitors.[2] Kirklinton Hall is a Grade II listed building.

from https://kirklintonhall.co.uk/
Kirklington Hall and Gardens
- Official Website of Kirklington Hall and Gardens.

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Shell of Kirklinton Hall seen through trees

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The ruined Kirklinton Hall

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KIRKLINTON HALL - List Entry
- "House. Core possibly of c1661 (using stone from nearby Levington Hall) for Edmund Appleby, with extensive extensions of 1875 for the Kirklinton-Saul family. Calciferous sandstone coursed rubble, with dressed stone ...

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Kirklinton Hall and Gardens
- "Adjacent to the 12th Century de Boyville stronghold, Kirklinton Hall is said to have been built from its stone.....The facade is largely complete and the structure boasts ornate Jacobean-style ...

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