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Description: Rear Garden Walling at Cumberland House, Including Stables
Date Listed: 19 October 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 163767
OS Grid Reference: TL1070312267
OS Grid Coordinates: 510703, 212267
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7981, -0.3960
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TL 1012 REDBOURN LAMB LANE
15/227 Rear garden walling at
19 10 53 including stables.
Garden walling and former stable block. Circa 1745. Plain and
chequered red brick. L-shaped garden wall of differing heights,
terminating in a tall screen wall on the High Street frontage. N
side has shallow flat buttresses atregular intervals. High
Street elevation is 4-5 metres high. 4 square piers with plain
stone coping, the central 2 piers flanking plain C20 double
gates. On the SE side of the house the wall connects with a
small stable courtyard of C18-19, now garages. Lean-to range on
N has weatherboarded dove-cote with plain tile gabled roof.
Slate roofs to other ranges.
Listing NGR: TL1070312267
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Source: English Heritage
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