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Stable Yard and Coach House to Haverholme Priory, Ewerby and Evedon

Description: Stable Yard and Coach House to Haverholme Priory

Grade: II
Date Listed: 12 October 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 192571

OS Grid Reference: TF1088649480
OS Grid Coordinates: 510886, 349480
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0311, -0.3479

Location: Ewerby, Lincolnshire NG34 9PF

Locality: Ewerby and Evedon
Local Authority: North Kesteven District Council
County: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: NG34 9PF

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Listing Text

TF 14 NW
3/25 Stable yard and
coach house to
Haverholme Priory

Stable yard and coach house to Haverholme Priory. 1839, by H. E.
Kendall, altered C20. Yellow and some red Ewerby brick,
partially faced with limestone ashlar, slate roofs, raised stone
coped gables with kneelers and 4 pairs of diamond set square
yellow brick shafts with moulded ashlar tops. Open sided
courtyard plan. Principal front has a wide entrance with
flanking side walls with facetted ashlar copings and one
remaining square gate pier with a pyramidal top. To either side
are 2 storey gables with moulded plinths. The left hand wall has
a blank shield shaped panel with a 2 light window to the first
floor. To the right hand side is a 3 light mullioned and
transomed window and a 2 light window to the first floor. All
windows have chamfered surrounds with moulded heads and label
stops. In both gables are rectangular panels bearing the date
1839. The sides of the ranges have single storey plus attics 7
bay fronts with corbelled out eaves courses. Single half glazed
planked doors with to left a single and to right 3 two light cast
iron latticed mullioned and transomed casement windows, all these
openings have chamfered segmental heads. to right are broad
Tudor arched blank panels containing 6 panelled doors with plain
fanlight and a fixed 4 light window. In the roof are 2 through
eaves gabled dormers with ashlar kneelers, brackets and copings
with diamond set finials, each contains a single cast iron
lattice casement set in a chamfered surround. Beyond is a taller
gable containing a matching window with above a blank ashlar
shield. The other side matches, but there is a larger open Tudor
archway. The far wall of the courtyard is now covered by a C20
lean to, but retains a central double chamfered Tudor arched
entrance opening which is flanked by pairs of similar smaller
araches to the carriage bays with 9 panelled doors to the left
only. The external sides have small glazing bar sashes with
plain lintels, some single and 2 light mullioned windows with
ashlar surrounds, central gabled 2 through eaves dormers matching
those to the inner sides. The entrance front is of brick and has
a central broad slightly advanced Tudor arched ashlar gateway,
double chamfered with hood mould with a 2 light casement to the
gable over. To either end are single gables with pairs of 2
light latticed casements on the ground floor and single similar
windows to the first floor.

Listing NGR: TF1088649480

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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