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English: Hexthorpe is a small village located on the edge of the town of Doncaster. Hexthorpe lies in the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England. The area's shape resembles a rhombus, with borders with Balby and Doncaster Town Centre, separated by railway lines and the river separating the area from the villages of Sprotborough, Newton and Cusworth. A grade II listed building, The Hexthorpe House, was a well known pub in the area, which the pub front was listed for historic reasons. However, recently there was trouble around the area, and the pub was set ablaze twice, which the owner, reportedly wanted to replace with flats. After remaining derelict for a few months, the council demolished the remains, as its current state left it unsafe.