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Description: Stable Cottage
Date Listed: 21 June 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 196892
OS Grid Reference: SK9921382376
OS Grid Coordinates: 499213, 382376
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3290, -0.5117
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SK 98 SE HACKTHORN HALL DRIVE
1/19 Stable Cottage
Former stable block, now cottage and garaging. Mid C18 altered
late C18 and C20. Coursed limestone rubble with ashlar quoins,
pantile roof, the front block having raised brick coped tumbled
gables, and central brick ridge stack, the rear block having
pyramidal roof and central brick stack. The front range is
single storey with attics, and has a brick dentillated eaves
course. It has 2 late C18 Gothick lights the heads of which
occupy former Diocletion window openings. To the roof are 2
semi-circular dormer windows. At the right hand end of the ridge
is a square ventilator with pyramidal lead roof. The gable end
has one metal glazing bar window with central hinged casement in
segmentally headed opening and in the gable a clock. To the
right are 2 C19 planked double doors and 2 hipped dormers over.
The 2 storey rear range, with stone corbelled eaves, is linked to
the front by a single storey ramped section which is balanced by
a similar ramped wall to the left. Both contain semi-circular
headed archways, that on the right being blocked. The 2 central
bays consist of blocked Diocletion window openings. To the first
floor is a central Diocletion window. All openings have stone
surrounds with raised keystones. The stable block is shown on
the Claude Nattes drawing of 1793 in the Banks Collection,
adjacent to the original C17 Hackthorn Hall.
Listing NGR: SK9921382376
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Source: English Heritage
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