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Stable Block About 20 Yards West of Lower Eaton House, Eaton Bishop

Description: Stable Block About 20 Yards West of Lower Eaton House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 22 October 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 155372

OS Grid Reference: SO4480540244
OS Grid Coordinates: 344805, 240244
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0578, -2.8064

Location: Eaton Bishop, County of Herefordshire HR2 9QE

Locality: Eaton Bishop
County: Herefordshire
Country: England
Postcode: HR2 9QE

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Listing Text

SO 44 SW
1/72 Stable block about
20 yards west of
Lower Eaton House
Stable block. Probably late C18 to early C19 with later alterations.
Brick with Welsh slate roof. Rectangular plan aligned north-east/south-
west. Two storeys. South elevation has five windows, sashes with cambered
heads. Central doorway has semi-circular head and brick imposts. Two-
leaved door with four panels to each leaf. Curved late C19 extension to
left-hand end. Interior has chevron patterned floor made from small inter-
locking gault bricks. Three stalls and loose box to north end with plaques
probably late C19 to early C20 inscribed "Blair Athol", "Rataplan" and
"Stockmill". South end has three more stalls and trough. Each stall and
passage has cast iron segmentally-headed ventilator with adjusters bearing
raised lettering: MUSGRAVES PATENT BELFAST, "OPEN" and "CLOSE" with cast
iron lion head. Tack room to north rear corner has cast iron C19 fireplace.
Included for group value.

Listing NGR: SO4480540244

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Source: English Heritage

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