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Stables and Coach House to Rise Hall, Rise

Description: Stables and Coach House to Rise Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 16 December 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 166702

OS Grid Reference: TA1536342014
OS Grid Coordinates: 515363, 442014
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8615, -0.2473

Location: Rise, East Riding of Yorkshire HU11 5BL

Locality: Rise
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: HU11 5BL

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Listing Text

TA 14 SE
(south side, off)
3/26 Stables and coach-house
to Rise Hall
Stables and coach-house, now outbuildings. Early C19 with later additions
and alterations, including weather-vane dated 1880. Probably by Robert
Abraham for the Bethell family. Pinkish-brown brick in Flemish bond with
red brick dressings and graduated Welsh slate roofs. Approximately square
on plan with central yard now covered over. Main front range: 2 storeys, 7
bays with central pedimented breakforward. Central carriage entrance to
full height with round arch of red gauged brick, now with corrugated-iron
doors and blocked lunette with inserted 5-pane window. Ground floor has 12-
pane sashes, 4-pane sashes to first floor, all with ashlar sills and under
flat arches of red gauged brick. Dentil cornice and moulding to pediment.
Painted clock in pediment. Central wooden cupola surmounted by weather-
vane. Hipped roof. Ashlar mounting block to right of entrance. Rear range
occupied by former coach-houses: single-tall-storey, 3-bay centre with
single-storey, single-bay ranges to either side. Centre has 3 round-arched
openings to full height with red brick heads and wooden fielded panel
'fanlights'. Ashlar impost band. Left range has board door with boarded
overlight under flat arch of red rubbed brick. Right range has 6-fielded-
panel door with divided overlight under flat arch of red rubbed brick and
12-pane sash with ashlar sill under flat arch of red rubbed brick. Dentil
cornice. Hipped roof with side stack to centre and hipped roofs to ends of

Listing NGR: TA1536342014

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Source: English Heritage

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