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Description: Stable Block at Kenwick Hall
Date Listed: 8 April 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 195901
OS Grid Reference: TF3455685007
OS Grid Coordinates: 534556, 385007
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3448, 0.0197
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LEGBOURNE HORNCASTLE ROAD
TF 38 NW (east side)
1/17 Stable block at
Stable block. c.1892. Red brick with brick and limestone ashlar
dressings. Hipped plain tile roof with 4 large and 2 small ridge
stacks. Chamfered brick plinth and moulded brick eaves. U-plan
with brick wall along fourth side. Single storey and attic.
East range of 5 bays with central doorway with double panelled
doors in moulded ashlar surround with decorated keystone
breaking into upper pulvinated frieze, eared architrave,
overlight and segmental pediment. Flanking brick pilasters with
moulded ashlar bases, single rusticated blocks and Ionic capitals
supporting brick pediment. Doorway flanked by 2 cross mullion
casements on each side, with slightly projecting brick eared
surrounds. 4 hipped dormers with 2 light casements, above.
Central cupola with square boarded base with clock, octagonal
lantern with round openings with imposts and raised keystones,
ogee shaped lead roof with weather-vane. South front with
carriage house with large moulded ashlar archway with segmental
head and double plank doors. Single cross mullion casement to
right. 2 two light dormers above. 6 bay north front with steps
leading up to doorway to right with moulded ashlar surround,
overlight and panelled door. 2 light cross mullioned window to
left. 2 single light windows with transoms beyond. Another
doorway with similar surround and added keystone. Single light
window with transom beyond. Single dormer above to right. Loft
opening to left, with partially blocked plank doors now
containing 2 light casement. Iron pulley above. Walling to
south has moulded ashlar coping, ramped to square gate piers with
moulded ashlar bases, caps and topped with ball finials. Small
inverted ashlar brackets on pilasters in inner sides of piers.
Kenwick Hall is not included on this list.
Listing NGR: TF3455685007
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Source: English Heritage
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