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Description: Stables to Eastington House
Date Listed: 9 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 132339
OS Grid Reference: SO7798705491
OS Grid Coordinates: 377987, 205491
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7477, -2.3202
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EASTINGTON SPRING HILL
SO 7705 and
12/80 Stables to Eastington House
Stables, incorporating coach house. Probably c1791-1806,
contemporary with major alterations to Eastington House (q.v.) for
Henry Hicks, partly rebuilt after fire in 1970s. Brick, slate roof
with partly asbestos tiles to inner angle, 2 small brick stacks.
L-shape range of single storey and loft with brick lean-to in inner
angle to north originally in bays now filled in and with corrugated
roof. South sides towards house have series of round-headed doors
and windows, mostly original, with 2 gabled dormers inserted during
rebuilding after fire, adjacent to small eaves dormer over lean-to
chicken house on south west face. Stables of south east face have
original stalls. Both these sections have probably original brick
paviors. Far end of south east face has one double and one single
pair of wooden doors across former coach house, now used as garage.
Listing NGR: SO7798705491
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Source: English Heritage
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