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Stable Cottage, Eastington House and Adjoining Former Coach House, Ampney St Peter

Description: Stable Cottage, Eastington House and Adjoining Former Coach House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 26 November 1958
English Heritage Building ID: 129832

OS Grid Reference: SP0846201429
OS Grid Coordinates: 408462, 201429
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7115, -1.8789

Location: A417, Ampney St Peter, Gloucestershire GL7 5SJ

Locality: Ampney St Peter
Local Authority: Cotswold District Council
County: Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL7 5SJ

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Listing Text

(north side)

5/89 Stable Cottage, Eastington House and
adjoining former Coach House (for-
merly listed as "Cottage (formerly
26.11.58 stable block to Eastington House)")


Cottage incorporating attached coach house/stable in yard of
Eastington House. Cottage dated 1648 with initials WCE on south
side, coach house now partly incorporated in cottage, of late C19.
Cottage of rubble stone, stone slate roof, stone end stack to left
with offset. Single range with small lean-to to left, single
storey and attic. South side had originally only 2 small gables
each with hollow-moulded 2-light stone mullions with square
hoodmould. Two-light to right on ground floor, 3-light to left
with pointed relieving arch and datestone between. Plain iron
casements. Now incorporating third gable in C19 coach house/stable
with 2-light stone mullion with square hoodmould over 3-light with
segmental relieving arch, both windows at higher level than
original cottage. Rest of south wall blind. On north side,
cottage has one gable to right with 2-light stone mullion and
square hoodmould to each floor. C20 porch to left and flat-roofed
dormer over. Coach house has C20 windows to right and end stack,
segmental-headed arch in centre with flush quoins and voussoirs,
swept down roof to stable on left with 2-light stone mullion with
original C19 stalls, manger and brick floor still intact.

Listing NGR: SP0846201429

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Source: English Heritage

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