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Description: Coach House, Bothy and Garden Walls to Number 22
Date Listed: 8 July 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 217110
OS Grid Reference: SP0573185642
OS Grid Coordinates: 405731, 285642
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4687, -1.9171
Coach-house, Bothy and
garden walls to No 22
SP 0585 NE 40/29
C1830-40. The coach-house - bothies - form a picturesque but symmetrical
Tudor-Gothic composition in red brick with blue headers, situated at the head
of a service lane at the rear of the garden and providing a backcloth to the
lawns. Chapel-like bothy with central polygonal apse. Four centred stucco
windows with crow-stepped gable over centre. Scalloped slate roofs. Higher
crow-stepped gable to rear, the steps merging into battlements over round
arched flanking gateways. Left hand one links coach house which has 4 centred
entrance arch, the window over with dripmould, and finialed gable with ornate
identical appearance to coach house but with 4 centred windows in place of
entrance; dovecote in gable, same bargeboards. Extending north from the coach
house side wall is an imposing "Tudor" garden wall with 9 bays of blind segmental
arches on flat piers; the wall returns to rear of house.
Listing NGR: SP0573185642
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Source: English Heritage
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