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Coach House and Stables to Barningham Hall, Matlask

Description: Coach House and Stables to Barningham Hall

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 20 February 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 224080

OS Grid Reference: TG1473135433
OS Grid Coordinates: 614731, 335433
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8735, 1.1893

Location: Matlask, Norfolk NR11 7JY

Locality: Matlask
Local Authority: North Norfolk District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR11 7JY

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Listing Text

TG 13 NW
3/61 Coach House and
20.2.52 stables to Barningham

Coach house and stables, C17 and later, altered 1805 and 1864, ranged to
north and east of courtyard. North range: former coach house, now garages,
cottages and stable; brick in English bond with some diaper work and dogs
tooth cornice; plain and fish scale tiles to front, pantiles to rear. Two
storeys and attic; crow stepped gables. Ground Floor: 3 central garage
doors, to left and right 3-light casement window with glazing bars and ledged
and battened door of 1805 under 4-centred brick arch. First floor: 6 evenly
spaced casement windows with glazing bars, a seventh inserted between first
and second; 3 large casement dormers beneath crow stepped gables, rebuilt
c1940; Sun dial below central dormer. Central window to attic and to first
floor of left hand gable have brick mullions. East range: former stables,
now outbuildings, connected to north range by storage room and passage; C18,
altered 1864, brick, plain and fish scale tiles to front, pantiles to rear.
4 bays, single storey and attic. Ground floor of older bricks, upper wall
and dormers later, moulded terracotta rondels in dormers inscribed ITM (John
Thomas Mott, 1809-84) and 1864. Projecting cross wing to right with crow
stepped gables. Symmetrical facade. Central bay breaks forward and rises
to crow stepped dormer gable; doorway with 4 centred arch; 4-light casements
with glazing bars to right and left- ground floor; shuttered dormers with
crow stepped gables to right and left; central dormer has 2-light casement.
All 3 dormer windows have a brick pediment. Central wooden clock turret
with bell under leaded cupola. Cramp irons in form of estoile, the Mott
crest. Passage to right of north range has ledged and battened door with
4-centred arch of 1805. Rear: central projecting bay with arched doorway
under crow stepped dormer gable; 3 blank arches to right and left, forward
facing crow stepped gables to far right and left with blocked attic windows;
varied fenestration.

Listing NGR: TG1473135433

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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