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Title: Easington Hall
Item Name: Country House


Two-storey building; centre block with projecting wings. Central porch. Tall decorative chimney stacks. Said c. 1840 to have contained a parlour "ornamented with portraits of kings and queens of England, from the Conquest to the reign of Charles II painted on oak panels and let into the wainscot." (Poulson, History of Holderness, v. 2, 377.) Built in the early 17th century, demolished in or soon after 1887.

Materials: digital image
ID_Number: CH 23