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The Elms and Stable Block Attached to the South-West, Yealand Conyers

Description: The Elms and Stable Block Attached to the South-West

Grade: II
Date Listed: 7 November 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 182055

OS Grid Reference: SD5040674170
OS Grid Coordinates: 350406, 474170
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1609, -2.7610

Location: 4 Yealand Road, Yealand Conyers, Lancashire LA5 9SF

Locality: Yealand Conyers
Local Authority: Lancaster City Council
County: Lancashire
Country: England
Postcode: LA5 9SF

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Listing Text


4/277 No. 4
(The Elms) and stable block
attached to the south-west


House, early C19th. West front of punched limestone ashlar, other walls
of watershot limestone rubble. 2 storeys. West front of 3 bays with
sashed windows with glazing bars and plain ashlar reveals. Staircase
visible cutting across windows of central bay. Gables have chimneys,
copings and kneelers. Entrance through extension against north gable. At
the southern end of the facade a concave linking wall connects the house
with a stable and coach house of limestone rubble with slate roof and gable
coping. Its west wall has a blocked wide opening with segmental arch, and
a pitching hole with plain reveals above. The east wall of the stable has
a door and a sashed window with plain reveals. Against the linking wall is
a 3-sided lean-to. The rear (east) wall of the house has a modern lean-to
extension, with 3 sashed windows with glazing bars and plain reveals on the
1st floor above, with a similar window to the left on the ground floor.
North extension of 2 bays towards the east, pebbledashed with sashed windows
with plain reveals on the ground floor and sashed windows with plain reveals,
glazing bars and square-sectioned hood moulds on the 1st floor. Interior.
Dog-leg stair with open string, turned newels, 2 turned balusters to each
tread and ramped pine handrail.

Listing NGR: SD5040674170

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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