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Stable Block and House Immeadiately North West of Church of St Mary, Baughurst

Description: Stable Block and House Immeadiately North West of Church of St Mary

Grade: II
Date Listed: 10 January 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 137974

OS Grid Reference: SU5701756802
OS Grid Coordinates: 457017, 156802
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3075, -1.1834

Location: Baughurst, Hampshire RG26 5RG

Locality: Baughurst
Local Authority: Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: RG26 5RG

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Listing Text


Stable block and house
immediately north-west
of Church of St Mary
(formerly listed as
Ewhurst Farmhouse and
Stables at Ewhurst


Late C18. Formerly 3 blocks arranged in a U-shape with the taller central part facing
east; the south wing has gone but the north wing remains, the house attached to
Its north side. Symmetrical treatment of 2-storeys, 1-1.1 windows. The taller block
has a tiled mansard roof (originally a plain nipped form) enclosing the lower part of
a 2 stage bell turret; this has a square base with moulded cornice, corner pilasters
and boarded walling with a clockface, above this is a square arcaded bellcote with a
leaded dome, ball finial and vane. Walling is in red brickwork Flemish bond, with a
deep brick-dentilled eaves, raised in the projected centre as a steep pediment, which
encloses a blind arch; flush blue outlines to arches, circular openings and
pilasters, plinth. A plain stone frieze below the impost section of the eaves is
supported (on each side) by coupled pilasters with Doric stone caps. The upper part
has a roundel in each section, on the ground floor are 2 carriage openings with
cambered arches and an arched doorway to the north side. Leaded lights within wood
frames. At the north end, across the gap to the wing, there is a high cambered arch
with a stone key, set against side pilasters with stone impost blocks, and above a low
pediment with stone coping and horizontal band. The inner (south) face of the north
wing has a hipped tile roof, central open pediment, red brick walling in Flemish bond,
arches to the ground floor, the central upper opening (now filled with blue headers)
having a white surround, and fanlight to the 6-panelled door. The house has a
symmetrical north elevation of 2 storeys, 1.1.1 windows. ½-hipped tile roof, brick
dentil eaves (once raised in the centre as a pediment). Red brick walling in Flemish
bond, 2 plain pilasters dividing the bays, cambered openings, at each side are
semi-circular panels with white key, arch, and cill, lying between the upper and lowe
windows. Leaded casements. Boarded door in plain opening.

Listing NGR: SU5665359212

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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