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Description: Pool and Fountain Head on Lower Garden Terrace
Date Listed: 15 March 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 234999
OS Grid Reference: SP7410048737
OS Grid Coordinates: 474100, 248737
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1320, -0.9189
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SP 74 NW STOKE BRUERNE STOKE PARK
7/179 Pool and fountain-head on
lower garden terrace (that
part in Stoke Bruerne parish)
Pool and fountain. Mid C19. Limestone. Rectangular moulded stone kerb punctuated
by low stone piers. Central fountain-head with trumpet-shaped bowl supported by
large carved volutes and scallops to angles on cruciform base. Moulded stone
plinth. Nymphs seated on volutes and another with up-raised arm in centre of
bowl. Removed c.1900 from Harefield Hall and said to have been transported to
present site stone by stone in barges by the Grand Union Canal.
Listing NGR: SP7410048737
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Source: English Heritage
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