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Description: Former Stable and Coach House at Eastington Park
Date Listed: 9 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 132319
OS Grid Reference: SO7855205727
OS Grid Coordinates: 378552, 205727
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7498, -2.3121
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13/60 Former stable and coach house
at Eastington Park
Former stable and coach block. Probably c1806 to c1815,
contemporary with Eastington Park (q.v.) built for Henry Hicks,
local mill owner. Coursed and dressed stone, hipped bitumenised
slate roof, moulded stone eaves cornice. Large central slightly
projecting gable with kneelers and flat top, segmental relieving
arch with recessed tympanum over large double doors. Two doors and
two 2-light windows to each side, alternately, with doors flanking
central element, originally all with paired pointed arch tracery in
semi-circular heads. Door immediately to left has concrete lintel
and stone infill over, and door to far right has straight glazing
bars in fanlights. All doors in tongue and groove panelling
renewed. The building is linked by a tall stone wall to the main
house. Interior not inspected.
Listing NGR: SO7855205727
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Source: English Heritage
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