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Stables, Clock Tower and Outhouses at Beaumanor Hall, Woodhouse

Description: Stables, Clock Tower and Outhouses at Beaumanor Hall

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 15 March 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 189194

OS Grid Reference: SK5378215798
OS Grid Coordinates: 453782, 315798
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7372, -1.2049

Location: 22 May Tree Lane, Woodhouse, Leicestershire LE12 8UQ

Locality: Woodhouse
Local Authority: Charnwood Borough Council
County: Leicestershire
Country: England
Postcode: LE12 8UQ

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Listing Text

SK 51 NW
Stables, Clock Tower and
Outhouses at Beaumanor Hall


Stables, clock tower and outhouses of c1842-54.Red brick in Jacobean style
with stone dressings, parapet cornice, coped Dutch gables and plain tile
roof with 2 ridge stacks. Buildings lie round large courtyard to right
of mansion. Gauged brick lintels and fine quality doors,frames and overlights.
Various tall 1 storey ranges project from mansion with stable and other doors.
3 gateway ranges, gables facing, with stone dressings to pilasters and stone
arches with carved keystones. At right end of courtyard a range of 2 storeys
and attic with 5 gables. Segmental arches over 5 pairs of carriage doors with
2-light stone mullion windows above, the central a French door. 5 bull's eye
windows in gables. To either side a similar single storey of 1 arched doorway
with bull's eye over. Rear of this range similar but without carriage doors,
and to rear right an elaborate tall square clock tower of 5 stages, the 4th
with holes to pigeon loft all round, the 5th of high relief carved stone
strapwork etc., with a four faced clock, one of metal,the others of carved
stone with Roman numerals. Above a leaded ogee-shaped roof with small lucarnes
and short fleche. A brick wall with stone coping and end piers stretches part
of way across courtyard near mansion. Buildings dated 1854 on rainwater heads.

Listing NGR: SK5378215798

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Source: English Heritage

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