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The Stables, the Coach House, Hakewill Hall and Attached Railings, Dingley

Description: The Stables, the Coach House, Hakewill Hall and Attached Railings

Grade: II
Date Listed: 14 October 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 230890

OS Grid Reference: SP7719187696
OS Grid Coordinates: 477191, 287696
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4817, -0.8648

Location: 19 Church Lane, Dingley, Northamptonshire LE16 8PG

Locality: Dingley
Local Authority: Kettering Borough Council
County: Northamptonshire
Country: England
Postcode: LE16 8PG

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Listing Text

SP78NE (East side)
3/33 The stables, The Coach House,
14/10/74 Hakewill Hall and attached
(Formerly listed as The
Coach House and stables.
Railings to courtyard and
Stables, coachouse, laundry and attached railings, now 3 dwellings. Said to date
from 1790. By Henry Hakewill. Lias ashlar with limestone ashlar dressings and
slate roofs. 3 linked blocks forming 3 sides of a courtyard. Centre block was
coachouse of 2 storeys. 3-window range of sashes with glazing bars under gauged
stone heads, those at ground floor inserted C20 to replace carriage openings;
plain pilasters between. Limestone band between floors and plain panelled
limestone pilasters at corners. Shallow gabled roof with oversailing eaves and
dentilled cornice. Central wooden cupola with clock face and weathervane. Small
stone stacks at ends. Flanking wings, formerly the stables, of one storey with
hayloft, now attic over. Each of 5 bays with centre bay breaking forward with an
open Tuscan pediment over, supported at corners by plain limestone panelled
pilasters. Central square-head openings now have C20 doors and part-glazing.
Arch-head openings above, formerly to haylofts, now glazed. 2-window range of
lunettes to either side of centre bays have glazing bars and limestone
surrounds. Circular windows to former hayloft above have limestone surrounds.
Limestone band between floors. Hipped roofs with oversailing eaves supported by
pairs of moulded wood brackets. Plinth block at apex of each pediment. Linked to
coachouse by walls with arch head openings. Gable ends to left and right of each
stable block have blank lunettes with circular window above. Central rear
extension of "Hakewill Hall has gable treated as an open pediment. Building to
rear of "The Stables" in similar style was formerly the laundry. Cast iron
railings attached to left and right of "Hakewill Hall" and "The Stables" enclose
fourth side of the courtyard. Interior of "The Stables" retains some loosebox
fittings. Built to serve Dingley Hall (q.v.).

Listing NGR: SP7719187696

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Source: English Heritage

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