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Description: Stables and Coach House About 40 Metres North North West of Dundridge
Date Listed: 26 April 1993
English Heritage Building ID: 101263
OS Grid Reference: SX7827358357
OS Grid Coordinates: 278273, 58357
Latitude/Longitude: 50.4124, -3.7145
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SX75NE Stables and coach
5/356 house about 40 metres
NNW of Dundridge
Stables and coach house to Dundridge. Circa 1830 stables with coach house and
stable extension date 1891 possibly by W H Tollit. Rendered stone rubble with
slate roofs. The 1891 coach house extension has red and yellow brick
Plan: L-shaped on plan formed by addition of coach house at range angles to
Exterior: Original stable range has 2-storey centre with pedimental gable end
to south west. At either side on outshut with lunettes in the clerestorey
above containing small hatches to hay loft. Round headed windows in gable
The extension at right angles has wide gabled end to south east with red brick
elliptical arch to carriageway and Venetian window about with the central red
brick and flanking white brick pilasters to side lights. The gable has
moulded white brick verges and finial at apex, and a timber cupola bellcote
with pilasters to splayed corner, cornice and shallow ogee dome with
Interior of coach house extension; the carriage entrance leads to central
coach house with arch-braced timber roof with central roof light at ridge.
Access to stables either side through brick doorways. The stables have
complete set of iron and timber stalls. The original stables also has access
from coach house, and has complete range of circa 1891 stalls.
Listing NGR: SX7827358357
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Source: English Heritage
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