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Stable Range 20 Metres South West of Warrens House, Bramshaw

Description: Stable Range 20 Metres South West of Warrens House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 13 May 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 144310

OS Grid Reference: SU2744615062
OS Grid Coordinates: 427446, 115062
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9344, -1.6108

Location: Bramshaw, Hampshire SO43 7JH

Locality: Bramshaw
Local Authority: New Forest District Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: SO43 7JH

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Listing Text

In the entry for:


2/11 Warrens House


the serial number shall be amended to




2/11 Warrens House

Medium-sized country house. 1792 by J Nash, extended in matching style c1800,
further C19 extensions, reduced c1960. Yellow brick, parts stuccoed, slate and
lead roofs. Nash building 2 storey on raised basement, wide central bay, double
pile with crosswing across each end; to one end c1800 matching part continues
garden side, but has service range that projects forward on entrance side. West
entrance front has to LH end Nash part. In centre probably c1800 single storey
infill porch between flanking wings, of 3 rubbed brick arches with french doors
under radiating fanlights. Wings have 15-pane round-head sash in recessed
panel, both under rubbed arches. 1st floor raised band. Over wide 6-pane sash
under arch. Above centre infill porch tall 2-light casement under rubbed arch.
Wings have pedimented gable with overhanging cornice and architrave having paired
modillions and rubbed oculus. To RH projecting wall of service courtyard. East
garden side has Nash part to RH. RH crosswing has canted 2 storey bay, in centre
recessed bay, then other crosswing turns in towards centre to form 3 bay range.
Beyond single storey 5 bay range and further parts copying Nash. Interior has
behind entrance front, in centre entrance tunnel under half landing of perron,
staircase of polished mahogany. Behind this is-narrow passage through to door
on garden front. In LH wing is drawing room with Doric screen. Behind it
library with bay window. Behind RH side of entrance hall is study and to EH of
it in tall single storey part is large dining room with round top-lights. Is
illustrated in G S Repton's Sketchbook of the New Forest, 1805, p. 43, p. 31-2
in RIBA Drawings Collection, as 'The Warrens by Mr Nash for Mr G Eyre, near
Lyndhurst'. Elevations and Brewhouse.

Listing NGR: SP3733700690

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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