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Stable Block and Wall at Riseholme Hall, Riseholme

Description: Stable Block and Wall at Riseholme Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 21 June 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 196932

OS Grid Reference: SK9827675648
OS Grid Coordinates: 498276, 375648
Latitude/Longitude: 53.2687, -0.5279

Location: Riseholme, Lincolnshire LN2 2LG

Locality: Riseholme
Local Authority: West Lindsey District Council
County: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: LN2 2LG

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Listing Text


4/61 Stable Block and
Wall at Riseholme


Stable block, wall and piers. Now used for storage and flat.
C18 altered 1840 by William Railton, and C20 alterations.
Squared limestone rubble with ashlar dressings. Slate roof with
one brick ridge stack and concrete tiled roofs to lower ranges,
yellow brick wall. Courtyard plan. Main block of 2 storeys and
5 bays, central bay advanced and open pedimented, crowned with
square clock tower. Ground floor sill band and slightly
overhanging eaves. Central semi-circular headed opening with
splayed and cogged surround having vermiculated keystone, flanked
by pairs of semi-circular lights with cast iron tracery and
cogged surrounds. To first floor a central planked doorway in
plain stone surround is flanked by pairs of plain sashes with
pointed stone surrounds. Square ashlar tower rising from
rusticated base, with angle pilasters supporting a modillioned
cornice, pyramidal slate roof and bronze weather cane. In the
tower side wall towards the courtyard is a clock face with plain
stone surround, beneath which is a stone panel with intersecting
circular decoration. To left and right are lower single storey
ranges at right angles, that to right containing 4 large carriaqe
double doors, and that to left a central loorway with semi-
circular overlight with cogged head, to right a glazing bar sash
and to left double doors. The fourth element of the courtyard is
a yellow brick wall with ashlar gate piers to either side of
central opening and terminating in similar piers. All piers have
pyramidal caps.

Listing NGR: SK9827675648

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Source: English Heritage

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