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Description: Stables About 5 Metres West of Bow Hill House
Date Listed: 14 October 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 174872
OS Grid Reference: TQ6947051914
OS Grid Coordinates: 569470, 151914
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2412, 0.4265
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YALDING BOW HILL
TQ 65 SE
1/71 Stables about 5
metres west of
Bow Hill House
Stables. Late C18 or early C19. Red and grey brick in Flemish bond.
Slate roof. Central coach-house gable-end to yard, with broad lean-to
stable to each side. Coach-house 2 storeys. Gable end of coach-house
breaks forwards from lean-tos. Dentilled brick eaves band and verge to
each lean-to, leading up towards the similar band and verges which form a
pedimented gable to the coach-house. Clock face within pedimented gable.
One three-light horizontally-sliding sash to first floor of coach-house.
Irregular ground-floor fenestration of one Diocletian window with rubbed
brick voussoirs to each lean-to. One two-light centrally-pivoting window
with segmental head to long side of each lean-to. Stable door with
splayed stone on rendered lintel to outer end of each lean-to. Tall
double doors with splayed brick voussoirs to gable end of coach-house.
Small tapering stone carved with mask in relief to each side of coach-
house window and over each stable door. Interior: three stalls to each
lean-to, each with rectangular opening above it, communicating with first-
floor hay-loft over coach-house. Each opening on right side has
semicircular wooden drum, or vertical shute, between it and hay-rack.
Stalls in left lean-to have iron newel posts with knob finials. Stairs
to hay-loft to front end of right lean-to and opening for similar to
Listing NGR: TQ6944051900
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Source: English Heritage
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