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Description: Oakley Hall, Stable Block and Courtyard
Date Listed: 17 October 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 138823
OS Grid Reference: SU5584349957
OS Grid Coordinates: 455843, 149957
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2461, -1.2013
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SU 54 NE OAKLEY AND DEANE
Oakley Hall, Stable
Block and Courtyard
1860. Three single-storeyed ranges, with a tower above a tall archway in the centre of the west side, the south side being a boundary wall. Tile roofing, brick dentil eaves. Multi-coloured brick walling, with red bands, verticals and surrounds to cambered openings. The east range has wide openings (some filled), the north has a rear-symmetrical arrangement of windows and doors with a central pediment and 2 hipped dormers (hay-loft doors). The Tower has a steep chateau roof, a bold parapet and cornice treatment in brickwork, 2 upper arched openings (filled) and a semi-circular arch with keystones and carved stone caps to the supporting pilasters. The south wall is divided panelwise by pilasters, blind arcades, and raised diamonds.
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Source: English Heritage
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