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Leicester Square Farm North Stable Range, South Creake

Description: Leicester Square Farm North Stable Range

Grade: II
Date Listed: 9 October 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 221638

OS Grid Reference: TF8663633727
OS Grid Coordinates: 586636, 333727
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8686, 0.7714

Location: South Creake, Norfolk NR21 9PB

Locality: South Creake
Local Authority: King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR21 9PB

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Listing Text


5/54 Leicester Square Farm
north stable range.


Stable range to north of Leicester Square Farmhouse. Probably 1793 by Samuel
Wyatt for the Holkham Estate. English bond red brick, red plain tiles and
pantiles. 2 2-storey granary tower at east and west, 7 bay single storey stable
range between. 2 storey towers have blank returns with central blank oculus
with 4 keystones, 2 storey articulation to returns. South ground floor boarded
door, first floor plat-band with honeycomb brick rubbed brick segmental arch
window, north blank ground and first floor part blank part pierced door
openings, at first floor with loft boarded window. Dentil eaves cornices and
hipped roofs. Stable range to north has 7 casement windows, to south cast
iron fixed casements and boarded doors, many altered. North range of
symmetrical model farm layout, balanced by similar block to south (q.v.).

Listing NGR: TF8663633727

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Source: English Heritage

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