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Description: Cottage Attached to North East Corner of the Kingsettle Stud
Date Listed: 9 March 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 140162
OS Grid Reference: SU2365042494
OS Grid Coordinates: 423650, 142494
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1812, -1.6630
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SU 24 SW AMPORT CHOLDERTON PARK
Cottage attached to
north-east corner of the
Cottage for groom or coachman. C1900, probably by G.C. Horsley for H.C. Stephens MP.
Red brickwork in English Cross bond with knapped flint panels; plain clay tiled roofs,
ornamental brick chimney stacks. Single-storey with attics; 3-bay south elevation.
Brick plinth: bay 1 has 3-light mullioned stone window, with a 3-light casement window
in flat-roofed dormer above; bay 2 has a projecting open porch under catslide roof with
hipped return, carried on 2 rustic timber posts off a tall brick plinth, the entrance
door framed and boarded; bay 3 is blank, with a projecting brick chimney stack and
a flintwork panel. Other elevations to match. Interior not seen, but said to have
6 bedrooms, some of which oversail bay 4 of the north range of the Kingsettle Stud
Listing NGR: SU2334942847
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Source: English Heritage
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