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Description: Slaughter House 25 Metres South East of Holygate Lodge
Date Listed: 7 January 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 189806
OS Grid Reference: SK8221917108
OS Grid Coordinates: 482219, 317108
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7454, -0.7835
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SK 81 NW FREEBY HOLYGATE DRIVE
25 M south-east of
Slaughterhouse, now a workshop. Mid C19. Timber framed with
brick nogging and concrete tile roofs. Single storey, single
bay. The windows are single and double unglazed casements with
shutters, each with a lozenge shaped cutout. North side has a
central gabled porch with a 4 centred arched doorway and
weatherstripped plank door. In each side, a single casement.
Beyond, a single 2 light casement. Each gable end has a 2 light
casement. South side has 2 two light casements. This building
is one of the detached outbuildings of Stapleford Park. It was
used for the slaughter of deer.
Listing NGR: SK8221917108
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Source: English Heritage
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