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Coach House, Stables and Attached Walls and Piers C20 M North West of Thornfield Residential Home fo, High Kelling

Description: Coach House, Stables and Attached Walls and Piers C20 M North West of Thornfield Residential Home fo

Grade: II
Date Listed: 27 September 1972
English Heritage Building ID: 224610

OS Grid Reference: TG0981039848
OS Grid Coordinates: 609810, 339848
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9151, 1.1191

Location: Bridge Road, High Kelling, Norfolk NR25 6AE

Locality: High Kelling
Local Authority: North Norfolk District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR25 6AE

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Listing Text


6/69 Coach house, stables
& attached walls &
27.9.72 piers c.20m NW of
Thornfield Residential
Home for the Elderly
(formerly listed
as Stables and Garages
at Home Place)


Coach house, now garage, one of a pair (qv 6/70) c.1904 by E.S. Prior.
Uncoursed flint with random carstone, carstone dressings, on-edge tile
decorations; pantiles. Single storey with tall attic in steeply pitched
roof, parapetted gable to front with brick tumbling in rising from low eaves;
wide semi-circular arch in carstone having tiles for keystone, doors within
deep recessed arch recess having weather-boarded left facade above; keyed
oculus with glazing bars to attic gable, other dressings of tiles; decorative
lozenges in tiles. 4-light leaded casement to right return, tall chimney
shaft in brick to right. Forward attached wall to right having tile string
course below brick cap; round pier in flint fallen at time of survey.
Forward stable wing to left: uncoursed flint with random carstone and tile
dressings, pantiles, gable parapets. 3 bays, single storey. Central arch
with carstone segmental head, tile jambs; 4-light leaded casements to left
and right with tile dressings; low quarter circle tanks in uncoursed flint
at angles to left and right. Gable to south-east with oculus having glazing
bars and alternate voussoirs of carstone and groups of tiles; attached walls
to left and right terminating in square carstone piers c.3m high.

Listing NGR: TG0981039848

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Source: English Heritage

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