Boston Hall, Boston Spa

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Boston Hall
Boston Hall, Boston Spa (21st August 2017) 002.jpg
Boston Hall, seen from High Street
General information
LocationBoston Spa, West Yorkshire, England
Coordinates53°54′11″N 1°20′35″W / 53.90306°N 1.34306°W / 53.90306; -1.34306Coordinates: 53°54′11″N 1°20′35″W / 53.90306°N 1.34306°W / 53.90306; -1.34306
Current tenantsGeoffrey Boycott
Construction started1807
Completed1807 (1807)
OwnerGeoffrey Boycott
DesignationsGrade II listed

Boston Hall is a Grade II listed neo-classical house in Boston Spa, West Yorkshire, England.

History[edit]

Blue plaque outside the house

The main part of the house was completed in 1807, although there are subsequent later additions. The house was Grade II listed on 30 March 1966. In 1987 the house was used as offices and was returned to residential use after being bought by former England and Yorkshire cricketer, Geoffrey Boycott in 2013.[1][2]

Architecture[edit]

The house has two storeys and is built out of squared magnesian limestone with five bays to the main part, it has a pitched slate roof. The west wing of the house is of three storeys and has two bays.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Boycott in £1.75m move back to Yorkshire". The Yorkshire Post. 4 March 2013. Retrieved 18 February 2018.
  2. ^ Dixon, Hayley (5 March 2013). "Geoffrey Boycott buys £1.75millon Yorkshire mansion". The Telegraph. Retrieved 18 February 2018.
  3. ^ Historic England. "Boston Hall East Wing Mews  (Grade II) (1135047)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 18 February 2018.

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