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Description: Stables, Coach House and Archway North East of Adhurst St Mary
Date Listed: 23 January 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 143222
OS Grid Reference: SU7638824837
OS Grid Coordinates: 476388, 124837
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0178, -0.9123
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SU 72 SE
13/2 Stables, coach house and
archway north-east of
23/01/86 Adhurst St Mary
Group of buildings, linked to a carriage arch separating the entrance forecourt
from the service yard. 1858. Stone walls and steep slate roof. A T-shaped block
of three structures of different height; a plain north-south range has three large
doorways (former coach house now garages) to the service yard and touches the
Gothic archway, which has gables with kneelers, and buttresses on the open side.
To the east is a plain stable block. To the west (seen from the forecourt) is a
taller building with a larger mullion and transom window in its west gable, and a
high porch approached by a flight of steps.
Listing NGR: SU7452125838
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Source: English Heritage
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