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Description: Stable Range Including Archway and Walls West Immediately North West of Flete
Date Listed: 19 July 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 100395
OS Grid Reference: SX6270851442
OS Grid Coordinates: 262708, 51442
Latitude/Longitude: 50.3469, -3.9310
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SX 65 SW HOLBETON
Stable range including
archway and walls west,
immediately north west
Stable range with walls and archway to stable yard. 1878 by R. Norman Shaw. Stone
rubble with granite dressings. Slate hipped roof. One storey and attic. On sloping
site and two-storeyed at rear (north). Built around three sides of a small courtyard
to the south. The east wing has a slate hung clock tower with hipped roof and
finial. Hipped louvred dormers have finials. The larger west wing contains the
groom's house. The central section has a chamfered segmentally arched carriageway at
the centre with two coach house doorways either side with flat granite arches and
small leaded-pane windows above, beneath the eaves.
Including large moulded four-centred arch carriageway west of stables set into stone
rubble stable yard wall which has moulded granite coping to battlements. Shield and
roll moulded string course above and loops either side of the arch. Lower flanking
walls also crenellated. The details of the stable yard walls and carriageway are
possibly late C19 either reused material from the 1835 period of Flete or the wall
itself may be contemporary with the 1835 remodelling.
Listing NGR: SX6270851442
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Source: English Heritage
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