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Description: Stables Approximately 20 Metres North East of Church of the Holy Trinity
Date Listed: 12 October 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 233034
OS Grid Reference: SP9745395797
OS Grid Coordinates: 497453, 295797
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5513, -0.5641
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BLATHERWYCKE BLATHERWYCKE PARK
17/28 Stables approx. 20m NE of
Church of the Holy Trinity
Stables now workshop. Datestone D.OB 1770, for Doriatus O'Brien of Blatherwyke
Hall. Limestone ashlar with Collyweston slate roof. U-shape plan around a
courtyard. 2 storeys. courtyard-elevation of 5 bays has central carriage arch
with plain segmental head. 2 coach house doors, to left, with similar arch-heads
and one similar opening to right, now blocked. Doorway and window with
semi-circular heads, to far right. 2-window range at first floor, of square-head
sash openings under gauged stone heads, right hand window retains sash. Centre 3
bays of this elevation break forward slightly. 3-window ranges, flanking at
right angles, are similar to main range. Central arch-head doorways. End
elevation of right range has similar window openings. Moulded stone cornice and
hipped roof. Datestone above central carriage arch has armorial device, with arm
and sword, below. Rear elevation of main range is blank with central carriage
arch. One inner return wall of carriage arch has timber framing with brick
infill. C20 windows inserted into rear and side elevation, to left of main
front. Various single storey extensions to side elevations. Interior not
inspected. Formerly stables to Blatherwyke Hall which was demolished in 1948.
(RCHM: An Inventory of Architectural Monuments in North Northamptonshire: p22)
Listing NGR: SP9745395797
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Source: English Heritage
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