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Description: Hagley Mews
Date Listed: 17 July 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 156384
OS Grid Reference: SO9186380745
OS Grid Coordinates: 391863, 280745
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4246, -2.1211
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SO 98 SW HAGLEY CP HALL DRIVE (north side)
2/121 Hagley Mews
Coach house and stables to Hagley Hall, now offices and shops. c1749 by
Sanderson Miller, restored and converted late C20. Brick with sandstone
dressings; hipped slate roofs with brick ridge stacks. Quadrangle of nine
bays. Single storey and attic with dormers. Main east front of 3:3:3 bays;
central bay breaks forward and has a pedimented gable; blind round-headed
arcading with stone impost band and keyblocks to outer bays; central part
articulated in similar fashion but outer archways have inserted C20 doors
and central archway leads into courtyard; Diocletian window with stone sill
and keyblock contained within pedimented gable; c20 skylights in roof above
outer bays. Within each courtyard each range has central projecting bays
with pedimented gables; windows have cambered or flat heads with stone key-
blocks and are mainly of two lights; hipped dormers with 2-light casements;
doors have eared stone architraves with keyblocks and either cambered or flat
heads. The coach house in the west range has a central archway with a cambered
head; the pedimented gable has a diamond-shaped clockface concealing a Diocletian
window above which are set two carved figures. At the centre of the roof ridge
is a six-sided timber lantern with domical lead roof and tall weathervane.
(BoE, p 178).
Listing NGR: SO9186380745
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Source: English Heritage
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