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Stables and Cottage, Together with Hall Stable Cottage at Clipsham Hall, Clipsham

Description: Stables and Cottage, Together with Hall Stable Cottage at Clipsham Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 21 February 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 186599

OS Grid Reference: SK9700616591
OS Grid Coordinates: 497006, 316591
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7383, -0.5646

Location: Bradley Lane, Clipsham, Rutland LE15 7SE

Locality: Clipsham
County: Rutland
Country: England
Postcode: LE15 7SE

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Listing Text


SK 91 NE BRADLEY LANE (East side)

4/30 Stables and Cottage, together
with Hall Stable Cottage
at Clipsham Hall


Stables with cottage, and further cottage of 1882. By A. Young for Davenport
Handley family. Coursed squared stone with stone dressings and Collyweston
slate roof with shouldered stone coped gables. Finials to shoulders and
apex. Various stone ridge stacks. Extensive range of stabling in Jacobean
style set around quadrangle including cottage in one corner and further
separate Hall Stable Cottage to right of entrance. Further range of stabling
behind left hand block. Entrance drive enters quadrangle on right side
of square between near and right blocks passing Hall Stable Cottage on
right. Straight ahead in far block is tower forming arched way over drive
to Hall. To right of this tower in angle is other cottage. Blocks are
land 1½ storeys with stone mullion windows. Facing quadrangle near block
has 3 carriage doorways with segmental arches, hood moulds and label
stops, and further door. A first floor covered bridge connects with left
block. This has 2 gables with 4-light window in left and rounded archway
in right, doors, windows and 2 square lanterns on roof ridge. Far block
has 3 doorways with windows surrounding them and, to right, the tower
with clock face and octagonal turret at side with ogee lead roof. Door
in angle with right block. This has 3 dormers to left, gables to centre
and right with first floor doors, and doors and 2-light windows below.
Square lantern on roof ridge. On outside walls buttresses, windows and
dormers. Hall Stable Cottage has canted bay on front gable, and porch,
door, with dormer over, and 4-light with 3-light over on left side. The
further 1 storey range behind left block has, in left corner, an octagonal
2 storey dovecote with lantern top. Further lantern on roof to right.

Listing NGR: SK9700616591

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Source: English Heritage

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