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Description: Stables and Bothy 100 Metres North East of Amport House
Date Listed: 8 January 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 140011
OS Grid Reference: SU2980044176
OS Grid Coordinates: 429800, 144176
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1960, -1.5749
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SU 2944 AMPORT FURZEDOWN LANE
8/5 Stables and Bothy
100 metres North East
8/1/82 of Amport House (formerly
listed as stable block to North
East of Amport House )
This structure forms the north and east sides of the courtyard made by the
earlier stable block; it is taller and more elaborate in design, c1900. Yellow
brick walls with stone dressings, hipped slate roof. 2 storeys. On the inner
(south) face there is a gabled centrepiece flanked by wings of 2 windows, with a
return block (of 4 windows) completing the L-shape. The upper windows are ½
dormers with hipped roofs, the centrepiece has a high loading door with a stone
frame (pediment, panelled pilasters, key,cill on 3 brackets):the lower-openings
are plain with cambered arches and stone cills. The return block is symmetrical
(on its west face) with a pediment gable above the 2 taller middle-windows. The
outside (north) elevation follows the same style, producing an impressive
appearance, with the pediment gable (& high loading door) off centre, with 2 ½
dormers to the east and 1 to the west: there is a middle band of small
ventilation openings, of 2.2.2 arrangement, and at the east side 3 sash windows:
again these are hipped roofed dormers, cambered openings; and a high plinth.
Listing NGR: SP2724143855
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Source: English Heritage
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