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Description: Stables at Nosley Hall
Date Listed: 13 December 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 190866
OS Grid Reference: SP7384398507
OS Grid Coordinates: 473843, 298507
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5794, -0.9117
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SP 79 NW NOSELEY
3/90 Stables at Noseley Hall
Range of stables, late C19. Coursed ironstone rubble with Welsh slate roofs,
rendered to inner face. Central pavilion with pedimented gable on inner (south)
face containing loft entry and a half dormer loft entry on its outer face, has
a round headed archway through to the courtyard, flanked by windows on the south
face and two doors beneath the archway. It is surmounted by a cupola. This is
linked by two bays of stabling to outer hipped roofed pavilions, their ground
floors concealed by outbuildings on both sides, but containing two cambered headed
windows to first floor on their north sides. The stables are linked by three
bays of late C19 or early C20 garaging to the outer wings of the house, thus
forming a continuous courtyard.
Listing NGR: SP7384398507
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Source: English Heritage
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