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Description: Stable Cottage, Attached to North West Corners of the Kingsettle Stud
Date Listed: 9 March 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 140161
OS Grid Reference: SU2361442494
OS Grid Coordinates: 423614, 142494
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1812, -1.6635
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SU 24 SW AMPORT CHOLDERTON PARK
Stable Cottage, attached
to north-west corners of
the Kingsettle Stud
Cottage for groom or coachman. c1900, probably by C C Horsley for H.C. Stephens [.]P.
Red brickwork with knapped flint panels; plain clay tiled roof; ornamental brick chimney
stacks. Two storeys with north-south ridge line. West elevation of 2 bays; bay 1
has 2-light stone mullioned window below and is blank above; bay 2 has a part-glazed
door in segmental-arched opening, with small circular window over; the central chimney
stock has 2 flues set at 45`. North elevation has a 3-light casement to ground floor,
and above are two 3-light windows set under an overhanging tile-hung gable. The
interior, apparently unaltered, has direct communication with the Kingsettle Stud (qv)
part of the inner estate of Cholderton Park House (qv).
Listing NGR: SP2978244150
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Source: English Heritage
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