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Description: Stables and Coach House Approximately 4o Metres East of Denton Manor Ouse
Date Listed: 21 September 1979
English Heritage Building ID: 193298
OS Grid Reference: SK8617832489
OS Grid Coordinates: 486178, 332489
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8830, -0.7208
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DENTON HARSTON ROAD
10/57 Stables and Coach
House approx. 40 M
to east of Denton
Stables and coach house. Mid C19 and 1880 by Sir Arthur
Blomfield. Coursed ironstone rubble with ashlar dressings.
Slate roof with lead dressings, raised stone coped gables with
finials, moulded stone eaves. The buildings are irregularly
grouped around a courtyard. The mid C19 single storey range
beside the drive comprises 9 bays with central advanced and
gabled bay having Tudor archway with single light above, flanked
by pairs of cross mullioned glazing bar windows, single planked
doors with further single windows beyond. All openings have
continuous moulded hoods, with blank shields between. Behind and
linked to it is a further L shaped single storey range of
buildings of 1880, terminating at the left hand end in a 2 storey
coachman's house. This has 4 sets of planked double doors, each
separately gabled and beyond to the right a Tudor arched double
door flanked by single 3 light and pair of 2 light cross
mullioned windows. To the roof are 2 louvred ridge vents beneath
pyramidal lead roofs. In the side of the house is a 4 centred
arched doorway covering planked inner doors with to left a 2
light window and to first floor 2 similar windows, all with
Listing NGR: SK8617832489
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Source: English Heritage
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