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Description: Kitchen Garden Walls and Gates, to South West of Stanley Park
Date Listed: 18 March 1994
English Heritage Building ID: 132143
OS Grid Reference: SO8296403794
OS Grid Coordinates: 382964, 203794
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7326, -2.2481
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The following building shall be added to the list:-
SO 82 03 RING'S STANLEY SELSLEY WEST
14/10000 Kitchen Garden Walls and
Gates, to SW of Stanley
Kitchen garden walls. c1860s, for SS Marling who rebuilt and enlarged Stanley Park (qv) between
1850 and 1870. Limestone rubble to external elevations, brick to inner elevations; flat stone
copings. Rectangular layout, with the south-east side enclosed by an angled wall and further
extended towards the road by another but lower circuit of wall enclosing a small area to the
south east. Ornate wrought-iron gates and panels inset with the initials of various members of the
A prominent position, with Bodley's Church of All Saints (qv) to west and Stanley Park and its
Lodge and Coach House (qv) to east.
Listing NGR: SO8296603792
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Source: English Heritage
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