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Description: The Coach House About 30 Yards North-East of Pensax Court
Date Listed: 27 April 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 149363
OS Grid Reference: SO7249669022
OS Grid Coordinates: 372496, 269022
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3186, -2.4049
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PENSAX CP PENSAX
SO 76 NW
6/170 The Coach House about
30 yards north-east of
27.4.83 Pensax Court (formerly
listed as Stables to
Coach house to Pensax Court, now house. Mid-C19, extended late C19, converted
late C20. Brick with some timber-framing and rendered infill; plain tiled
roof. Rectangular plan. Single storey and attic with dormers. Main west
elevation: roughly five bays; four bays from north end have square-headed
archways on brick piers with chamfered timber lintels and inserted multi-
paned windows; above the three intermediate piers are large timber brackets
on stone corbels which supported a canopy. Fifth bay at south end has a row
of timber-framed panels at eaves level and a pair of half-glazed doors which
form the main entrance. Above the second bay is a raking-top dormer with
3-light window and there is a skylight above the fourth and fifth bays.
The south gable end also has a row of panels at eaves level and a collar
and tie-beam truss with decorative struts; there is a 3-light ground floor
window and an attic light. At the north gable end is a late C19 addition;
two levels, the upper level has blocked header ventilation courses. Two
bays; two blind rectangular lights to west elevation. Loft door with
cambered head in north gable end; two loopholes above and winch with pitched
roof. Forms part of a group including Pensax Court (qv). Included for
Listing NGR: SO7249669022
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Source: English Heritage
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