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Description: Stables to Danson Park
Date Listed: 1 October 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 198667
OS Grid Reference: TQ4721775348
OS Grid Coordinates: 547217, 175348
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4580, 0.1176
Stables to Danson Park
TQ 47 NE 2/8 1.10.53
These are contemporary with Danson Park Mansion, circa 1765, and were presumably
designed by Sir Robert Taylor. Half-H plan. Portland stone. Stringcourse.
Slate roof. The north or main side has a slightly projecting centre, with
3 coach-houses on the ground floor, having flanking pilasters and double doors.
Above on the first floor, but at ground level, are 3 large lunette windows
of 22 panes each. On the roof is a small octagonal wooden cupola. On each
side of the centre projection is a roundheaded doorway, with a semi-circular
fanlight and a square window of 12 panes above. The inner face of each half-H
wing has 3 windows on the first floor and one on the ground floor, between
2 round-headed doorways with semi-circular fanlights. Their south ends have
large round-headed rusticated arches, with lunette windows, in the arches above
Listing NGR: TQ4721775348
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Source: English Heritage
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