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Stable Block to Townhill Park House, West End

Description: Stable Block to Townhill Park House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 15 June 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 135986

OS Grid Reference: SU4518315005
OS Grid Coordinates: 445183, 115005
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9327, -1.3584

Location: 17 Camelia Gardens, Southampton SO18 2RD

Locality: West End
Local Authority: Eastleigh Borough Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: SO18 2RD

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Listing Text

1. CUTBUSH LANE
5239
Stable Block to
Townhill Park House
SU 41 NE 8/286A

II

2.
1830s probably; a building not shown on this site on Tithe Map of 1830 but shown
on OS map of 1868. Stables; elegant two storey rectangular block with colourwashed
brick walls and low pitched slate hipped roof. Symmetrical west elevation with
five bays in two-storey arcading; Flemish garden wall bond, with blue headers;
wide overhanging eaves, cemented plinth and cemented impost band, the last at
springing level of arcading in which are inset five cambered headed window openings
to loft, three of them blocked. On ground floor, a central flat-arched doorway
with overlight and flanking thermal windows; a similar doorway in southernmost
bay; a pair of wooden boarded doors in northernmost bay. The north end wall
has a single blind full-height arch. Rear elevation has altered details with
some original thermal openings, and C20 flat-roofed dormers. Part of the interior
survives, with stalls and harness enclosure.


Listing NGR: SU4255313582

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Source: English Heritage

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