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Description: Walled Gardens and Stables Adjacent to and West of Nos 1-3 the Groves
Date Listed: 26 November 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 178260
OS Grid Reference: TR2681157187
OS Grid Coordinates: 626811, 157186
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2687, 1.2501
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TR 25 NE STAPLE GROVE ROAD
5/229 Walled gardens
adjacent to and
west of Nos. 1-3
Walled gardens. Mid C18 for Sir William Lynch. Plum coloured brick, with
irregular buttressing and coping. Average height of about 8 feet, in 2
courts, each about 100 by 200 feet square. Two gate piers on south wall,
of plum brick with red brick dressings, about 10 feet high with moulded
stone cornice caps. Segmental headed doorway with parapet and poetical
inscription over. At south west end of gardens a C17 stable block, of 1
storey in irregular red brick, with double span roof. Stalls and mangers
survive inside. A rebuilt C17 coachhouse at extreme south-west corner, in
process of conversion to house at time of survey, and not of listable
Listing NGR: TR2686557165
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Source: English Heritage
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