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Ancaster, Launde House
Ancaster, Launde House
Ancaster, Launde House

"House: early C18 with C19 additions"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062420 

DB 9 July 2018

Ancaster, Launde House
Beckingham, Hillside Cottages
Beckingham, Hillside Cottages
Beckingham, Hillside Cottages
Beckingham, Hillside Cottages
Beckingham, Hillside Cottages
Beckingham, Hillside Cottages
Beckingham, Hillside Cottages

"Pair of houses. 1704"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1147420 

Plaque on front of house appears to read 1706? 

DB 8 October 2018

Beckingham, Hillside Cottages
Binbrook, Manor House, Market Place
Binbrook, Manor House, Market Place
Binbrook, Manor House, Market Place

"House. Rear range of c.1700, C18 front raised and altered in late C18 with rear addition of 1899, by Croft and Bentley, Architects"

"The kitchen in the rear wing has an impressive c.1900 cast iron range by Cartwright and Pickering of Louth, in a blue and white tiled surround"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1063135

"Gatepiers and wall. Early C18"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1147892 

DB 10 October 2018

Binbrook, Manor House, Croft and Bentley, Cartwright and Pickering
Bracebridge Heath, St John's Hospital, The Homestead
Bracebridge Heath, St John's Hospital, The Homestead
Bracebridge Heath, St John's Hospital, The Homestead

"Former Medical Superintendents House, recently used as offices. 1902 by A. E. Gough. In the Italianate style"

"Built as part of St John's Hospital"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1360602 

Now The Homestead pub/restaurant. 

DB 20 February 2019

Bracebridge Heath, St John's Hospital, The Homestead, Medical Superintendent
Bracebridge Heath, St John's Hospital, The Lodge
Bracebridge Heath, St John's Hospital, The Lodge
Bracebridge Heath, St John's Hospital, The Lodge

"Lodge. 1851-52 by Thomas Parry"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1280921 

DB 25 February 2019

Bracebridge Heath, Lodge, Thomas Parry
Carlton le Moorland, Carlton House
Carlton le Moorland, Carlton House
Carlton le Moorland, Carlton House

"House. Mid C18. Brick with ashlar dressings"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1360554 

Boundary wall to front is also a listed feature.

DB 13 June 2018

Carlton le Moorland, carlton house, wall
Claypole, Church View Cottages
Claypole, Church View Cottages
Claypole, Church View Cottages

"3 cottages, C17, C18, C19"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1146731 

DB 24 September 2018

Claypole, Church View Cottages
Claypole, The Nook, Chapel Lane
Claypole, The Nook, Chapel Lane
Claypole, The Nook, Chapel Lane

"Cottage. Early C19"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062910 

DB 24 September 2018 

Claypole, The Nook
Doddington, School House
Doddington, School House
Doddington, School House

"Pair of cottages. C17"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1164599 

Next to site of the former village school. 

DB 2 May 2018

Doddington, School House
Grantham, Barracks Square, Beacon Lane
Grantham, Barracks Square, Beacon Lane
Grantham, Barracks Square, Beacon Lane

"Militia officers' quarters, now houses.

1858, by Henry Goddard, architect, the county surveyor, for the Royal South Lincs Militia Regiment"

"following the Militia Act of 1852, counties were required to construct secure barracks for storing arms and training for the local militia, including accommodation for NCOs" 

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1375585 

DB 9 March 2019

Grantham, barracks square, Beacon Lane, Henry Goddard, Royal South Lincs Militia Regiment
Grantham, George Centre, 62 High Street
Grantham, George Centre, 62 High Street
Grantham, George Centre, 62 High Street

"Late C18, front elevation altered. Late C19"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062491 

Site of William Clarke's house were Isaac Newton lodged while attending King's School, Grantham. 

Blue plaque on wall placed by the Grantham Civic Society. 

http://www.granthamcivicsociety.co.uk/public/plaque_newton.php 

"From the ages of 12 through 17, Newton resided with William Clarke, apothecary, in Grantham"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Early_life_of_Isaac_Newton 

DB 2 July 2018

Grantham, George Centre, William Clarke, Isaac Newton, blue plaque, Grantham Civic Society
Heighington, Beckfield House
Heighington, Beckfield House
Heighington, Beckfield House

Beckfield House faces onto Station Road. Facing the house to the south is the Recreation Ground, bought by Beckfield’s owner Mr Robert Wright to prevent buildings spoiling his outlook. He let the field to the village for a peppercorn rent of 1/- a year.

Mr Wright bought the house in 1918, he died there in 1933 and his widow died in 1956. The house was sold in 1957 and is now an old people's home.

This photograph was probable taken in the 1930s.

Heighington, Beckfield House, Station Road, Recreation Ground, Robert Wright
Heighington, Council Houses
Heighington, Council Houses
Heighington, Council Houses

Council houses built 1950-51 on the north side of Almond Avenue, parallel to Fen Road.

The open space in the right foreground is part of that left for the children’s play area.

The field had been under barley the previous year; the crop was cut by a horse-drawn binder and the stooks carried to Abraham Bell’s Manor Farm by horse and cart.

One of the horses was called ‘Duke’.

Heighington, Council Houses, Abraham Bell
Ingoldsby, Old Manor House, Main Street
Ingoldsby, Old Manor House, Main Street
Ingoldsby, Old Manor House, Main Street

"Former Rectory now house; 1847 by Charles Kirk of Sleaford"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062394 

DB 18 February 2019

Ingoldsby, Old Manor House, Rectory, Charles Kirk
Lincoln, Cottesford Place
Lincoln, Cottesford Place
Lincoln, Cottesford Place

The stable and coach house at Cottesford Place on East Bight were repaired and adapted as a house in 1960.

The original house, owned by the Dean and Chapter and occupied by a canon of the cathedral, was destroyed by Royalist troops in 1648.

The later eighteenth century house was demolished in c.1957.

Buildings, Cottesford Place, East Bight, Royalist Troops
Lincoln, The Priory
Lincoln, The Priory
Lincoln, The Priory

More accurately 2 Minster Yard. Mostly dating from 1664-70 though the porch and windows are Victorian. There are 13th and 14th century parts of a great hall remaining.

Undated postcard.

Buildings, Priory
Louth, Toll Cottage
Louth, Toll Cottage
Louth, Toll Cottage

The route across the Wolds from Louth to Horncastle became a turnpike following the Louth Turnpike Act of 1770.

This early 19th century toll cottage is about 1 mile SW of the centre of Louth and stands at the corner of Horncastle Road and Halfpenny Lane (TF 319860).

Frank Robinson, 2010

Louth, toll cottage house, Halfpenny Lane,
Mablethorpe, Tennyson's House
Mablethorpe, Tennyson's House
Mablethorpe, Tennyson's House

As a child and later in his youth Alfred Tennyson made frequent visits to the nearby Lincolnshire coast.

He and his brother Charles famously celebrated the publication of their first volume of poetry by declaiming the lines on the windswept beach at Mablethorpe.

For periods in each summer from 1828 and 1843 he stayed at this house, Marline Villa, High Street, Mablethorpe.

Undated postcard

Mablethorpe, Tennyson,
Martin by Timberland, Manor House
Martin by Timberland, Manor House
Martin by Timberland, Manor House

Late Georgian c1780.

DB 18 April 2018

Martin by Timberland, Manor House
Scrane End, Miramar House
Scrane End, Miramar House
Scrane End, Miramar House

"Late C18, front added c.1823"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1062068 

DB 9 June 2018

Freiston, Scrane End, Miramar House
Sleaford, Bass Maltings, Entance & Cottages, Marham Lane
Sleaford, Bass Maltings, Entance & Cottages, Marham Lane
Sleaford, Bass Maltings, Entance & Cottages, Marham Lane

Entrance gateway with workers' cottages beyond.

The first cottage on the left is described by Historic England :-

"Former workers cottage, now house. c. 1900" 

Designed by A. Couchman"

"This building forms an integral part of this nationally important maltings complex"

DB 24 July 2018

Sleaford, Bass Maltings, Entance, A. Couchman, Workers Cottage
Syston Hall, East Lodge
Syston Hall, East Lodge
Syston Hall, East Lodge

"House, former gate lodge; circa 1830 with later C19 additions"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1308688 

DB 6 August 2018

Syston, Hall, East Lodge, Gate House
Syston Hall, West Lodge
Syston Hall, West Lodge
Syston Hall, West Lodge

Former gate lodge to Syston Hall, possibly by Lewis Vulliamy, circa 1830 with C20 additions. 

Early C19 cast iron gate piers.

DB 10 March 2018 

Syston, Hall, West Lodge, Vulliamy
Welbourn, Old House
Welbourn, Old House
Welbourn, Old House
Welbourn, Old House