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The Kingsettle Stud, About 300 Metres East North East of Cholderton Park House, Amport

Description: The Kingsettle Stud, About 300 Metres East North East of Cholderton Park House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 9 March 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 140160

OS Grid Reference: SU2362642467
OS Grid Coordinates: 423626, 142467
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1810, -1.6634

Location: Cholderton Road, Amport, Hampshire SP4 0DR

Locality: Amport
Local Authority: Test Valley Borough Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: SP4 0DR

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Listing Text

The Kingsettle Stud,
about 300 metres east-
north-east of Cholderton
Park House


Stables complex with coach houses and two attached cottages (qv) c 1900, probably by
G.C. Horsley, for H.C. Stephens MP. Red brickwork with stone dressings and unknapped
flint panels; plain clay tiled roofs with stone slate base courses and sawn stone
ridges; ornamental brick chimney stacks. Single-storey with some lofts and attics;
irregular 'U'-plan with the cottages added to north-east and north-west corners. Main
block on west side of courtyard, of 7 bays, with gabled 2-bay projection to bay I
with overhung bargeboarded gable, irregular flint panel with 2-light stone mullioned
windows at loft level; bays 2 to 6 separated by brick and stone piers, with brick
plinths, flint panels and 4-light mullioned stone windows bays 2, 3, 5 and 6, plain
double doorway bay 4 and small flat-roofed dormer windows over bays 3 and 5; the
return face to bay 1 to match with one mullioned window and a stable door: bay 7
has a very large doorway set under a gable at 45?, there being diagonal timber boarding
with a 3-light casement in the gable. North range of 4 bays, all in brickwork with
brick piers; bays 1 and 3 blank, bays 2 and 4 have pairs of coach doors; tile-hung
gable over bay 4 has 6-light oriel window, but is part of NE cottage (qv). Inside,
the walls of brickwork with glazed brick dadoes: south room is stable for mares in
foal, then in west wing 8 boxes, and tack room with gallery over. Formerly used
for breeding Suffolk and Cleveland Bay horses, the building still intact and in use
as stabling.

Listing NGR: SP2799846745

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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