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Description: The Stables to Leadenham House
Date Listed: 30 January 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 192459
OS Grid Reference: SK9492451930
OS Grid Coordinates: 494924, 351930
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0562, -0.5852
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LEADENHAM RECTORY LANE
SK 95 SW
3/21 The stables to Leadenham
Stable block. 1833 by E J Wilson. Coursed limestone rubble and ashlar.
Slate roofs. Ashlar plinth, quoins and plain bands. Quadrangular plan, with
gate and walls to west side. Single storey and attics. West front has cen-
tral slightly projecting ashlar gateway, with large moulded round arched open-
ing and plain impost band, wood and iron gates, topped with plain cornice and
parapet. Either side lower 3 bay walls with blank lower sections and above a
plain band, and then 3 moulded round arched blind openings. Slightly project-
ing pavilions at either end also have blank lower walls, with corner pilaster
strips a band and 3 moulded round arched blind openings, another band and then
single Diocletian windows, each topped with an open pediment. Within the
courtyard the eastern range has 4 segmental carriage arches with double plane
doors, and above a single central round headed opening surmounted by an open
pediment. The north and south ranges have central arched doorways with 3 win-
dows to either side and above a central round headed opening surmounted by
an open pediment. The south range has a C20 garage doorway broken into it.
Listing NGR: SK9492451930
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Source: English Heritage
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