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Description: Stables and Kitchen End of House, Bromsberrow Place
Date Listed: 2 October 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 125820
OS Grid Reference: SO7571334302
OS Grid Coordinates: 375713, 234302
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0066, -2.3552
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SO 73 SE
6/3 Stables and kitchen end of house,
Bromsberrow Place (formerly listed
2.10.54 as part of Bromsberrow Place with
Stables and Lodge)
Stables and kitchen end of house; probably third quarter C18 for
R.D. Yate, or his son, enlarged late C19. Flemish bond brickwork,
tiled roof. Wide 'H'-plan, centre 7 windows wide: part of yard
later infilled on right: 2 storeys. Symmetrical facade to park:
brick plinth, centre of 'H' projects slightly; semi-circular
rubbed-brick arch, brick imposts to undoored carriageway. To left
blind opening, cambered rubbed brick arch, 3 sliding doors to right
replacing similar, Each side a further blind opening, with 20-pane
sash at ends of centre, upper sash the larger. Right wing 2
similar sashes on return and end; left wing 2 similar blind
openings on return, with 6-pane window in top; dummy window on
right half of front, left half covered by weatherboarded lean-to.
First floor seven 12-pane sashes across centre, 4-pane wide, upper
sash larger, cambered rubbed brick arch. Two similar to front of
right wing and on return: 2 dummy return on left wing, front right
later built up, left smaller window inserted in bottom of opening.
Dentil eaves: wings hipped roofs, pediment centre, dentil course
to base, brick-on-edge dentil to verge, wooden clock face in
centre. Chimney on left from near eaves one window in from wing:
and on ridge of right wing. Octagonal cupola on centre of block:
tiled base, open sides with timber posts, semi-circular heads with
dummy keystone; lead dome with rolls to arrises, ball finial, iron
weathervane. Internally, right end former kitchen and servant's
hall, upper floor servant's accommodation: left wing front
looseboxes, walls boarded to 2.15m, iron grilles above, plastered
ceiling. Granary above on front, with crane swinging out through
door on left return. Roof tie-beam and collar trusses, one pair
butt purlins, plank ridge. Built as stable for Bromsberrow Place
(q.v.), kitchen part attached to house by passage and later
(D. Verey, Gloucestershire, the Vale and the Forest of Dean, 1970)
Listing NGR: SO7571334302
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Source: English Heritage
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