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Description: The Wentworth Arms and Adjoining Stables
Date Listed: 19 January 1970
English Heritage Building ID: 189014
OS Grid Reference: SP4710395778
OS Grid Coordinates: 447103, 295778
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5578, -1.3066
ELMESTHORPE STATION ROAD
SP 49 NE (south west side)
1/24 The Wentworth Arms
Public house and adjoining stables. Built 1896 to the designs of
C F A Voysey for Lord Lovelace of Kirkby Mallory. Brick with
Swithland slate hipped and gabled roofs. 3 large external
lateral stacks. Single storey plus attics, 2 bays. The east
front has a full width flat roofed bay with 2 five light strip
casements, linked by a veranda over the recessed entrance to a
flat roofed bay window projecting diagonally to the left. Above,
to the right, a flat roofed dormer with an 8 light strip
casement. Beyond, to the right, a pair of wooden gates and
beyond them the outbuildings with a 2 light casement. South side
has an approximately central doorway and flanking light under a
common segmental head. Above the door, a 4 light strip casement.
To the left, a 3 light casement with a segmental head. Above, to
the right, a flat roofed dormer. North side has an arched recess
formed by the external flues containing a cellar opening and
above it, a 2 light casement, both with segmental heads. Above,
on the stack, a datestone inscribed '1896'. The adjoining L-
plan single storey stable range has to left a pair of carriage
doors flanked by single stable doors, and beyond, to the right, a
stable door and 3 small casements. Beyond again, a 2 bay open
cartshed. Beyond again to the left, a private stable with a
stable door. The interior has been entirely refitted c.1960.
Listing NGR: SP4710395778
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Source: English Heritage
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