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Description: Stable Block 10 Metres to South of Barwick Hall
Date Listed: 18 April 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 221538
OS Grid Reference: TF8100235368
OS Grid Coordinates: 581002, 335368
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8853, 0.6887
TF 83 NW BARWICK GREAT BARWICK
4/7 Stable block 10 metres
to south of Barwick
Stable block. 1737. English bond red brick, red pantiled roof. 2 storeys,
4 bays. West face has at south one boarded door with fanlight over door, centre
has 2 C20 boarded garage doors, north has boarded door, one casement window.
First floor at south has one 2-light casement window, 2 central boarded window
openings, one with iron grill, one north boarded loft door. 6 C20 brick wedge
lean-to buttresses. Dentil eaves cornice. North gable has brick honeycomb
ventilation opening and coped parapet gable. South gable of random flint and
brick rubble, date 1737 in brick. Tiled coped parapet with weather vane and
metal crest flag with "EL" monogram, perhaps for Earl of Leicester. Included
for group value.
Listing NGR: TF8100235368
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Source: English Heritage
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