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Description: Stable Block at Youngsbury (60 Metres to North of House)
Date Listed: 24 January 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 161146
OS Grid Reference: TL3688417957
OS Grid Coordinates: 536884, 217957
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8434, -0.0144
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'fL 31 liE STANDON NORTH DRIVE
4/17 Stable block at Youngsbury
(60m to N of house)
24.1.67 (Formerly listed with Youngsbury
as stable block)
Stable block. Circa 1769 for David Barcley. Plum brick with
slate roof. Symmetrical Palladian composition with eliptical
arched carriageway though 2-storeys pedimented centre block with
clock, and cupola (renewed c1950), 5 bays of arcading to lower
wings to each side (stables), on E face to courtyard, and higher
pedimented projecting end blocks (coach houses) with 2 pairs of
double doors. Similar articulation on plainer W side with triple
arcading to lower part of end blocks and small semi-circular
windows flanking the entrance arch.
Listing NGR: TL3688417957
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Source: English Heritage
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