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Description: The Stable House
The Stables Cottage
Date Listed: 3 July 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 153849
OS Grid Reference: SO5692420016
OS Grid Coordinates: 356924, 220016
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8770, -2.6271
SO 52 SE GOODRICH CP GOODRICH COURT
SO 51 NE
6/58 The Stables House, The
3/58 Stables Cottage and nos.
1 & 2 The Stables
Former stables complex to Goodrich Court (demolished) now divided into four
tenements. Dated 1888. Red brick, ashlar dressings, tiled roof. U-shaped
plan with chamfered corners, head groom's house (The Stables House) to
south-east end, main coachway at north-west corner. Two storeys and attic,
moulded string course. Tudor arch with string-course raised over as square
label and decorative spandrels to entrance at north-west corner flanked by
single square-headed windows, 3-light stone mullioned window above in half
dormer with shaped gable and finial, central lantern with ogee capping,
similar lantern to north-east corner. Central shaped gable to half dormer
with 3-light stone mullioned window to east flank, range of square-headed
windows to either end flanking five C20 inserted glazing bar casements to
ground floor. Decorative pair of octagonal shafts to axial stacks, two
to each wing. Gabled dormers with decorative bargeboards overlook court-
yard, 3- and 2-light stone mullioned windows. Three Tudor arched carriage
entrances to north wing with glazed cast iron canopy.
Listing NGR: SO5692420016
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Source: English Heritage
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