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Description: Wall, Gateway, Carriage-House and Stable Attached
Date Listed: 30 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 111504
OS Grid Reference: NZ1296220599
OS Grid Coordinates: 412962, 520599
Latitude/Longitude: 54.5804, -1.8010
STAINDROP FRONT STREET
18/139 Wall, gateway,
stable attached to
Yard wall with gateway, carriage house and stables. Third quarter C18.
Sandstone rubble withquoins and ashlar dressings; rear elevation rendered
sandstone rubble with quoins and brick and ashlar dressings; roof of graduated
Lakeland slate with ashlar chimney. 2 storeys, 3 bays and high wall attached
Wall has boarded pedestrian to left of high segmental-headed vehicle arch
with voussoirs; renewed boarded double doors; flat stone coping. Carriage-
house and stable has 3 high hit-and-miss loft openings with projecting stone
sills; hipped roof with left end chimney at eaves. South elevation to yard
shows boarded door and 2-pane overlight at left, and partly-glazed opening
between that and 2 segmental-headed coach entrances with boarded doors; 3 loft
openings, the 2 left boarded, the right a horizontal sliding sash with glazing
bars, have projecting stone sills. Right return has side stone steps, the ends
shaped to form continuous stepped curve, to first floor boarded door.
Interior: quadrant hay store at left of first door; circular hay racks to 4
stalls, 2 with mangers.
This stable block is in the style of some of those built at Raby Castle by J.
Paine. It balances the one-storey wing to Staindrop Hall which is adjacent
to the gateway.
Listing NGR: NZ1302220600
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Source: English Heritage
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