Description: Gateway and Stable Range with Attached Wall to North of Eglingham Hall
Date Listed: 31 December 1969
English Heritage Building ID: 236506
OS Grid Reference: NU1044019568
OS Grid Coordinates: 410440, 619568
Latitude/Longitude: 55.4698, -1.8364
EGLINGHAM EGLINGHAM VILLAGE
19/165 Gateway and stable
range, with attached
31.12.69 wall to north of
Gateway, stable range and wall. Gateway late C18 altered 1903 by Temple Moore;
stable range with doorhead dated 1704 with initials HOG, may incorporate
earlier fabric, altered l903; wall early C18. Gateway tooled stone; range
and wall rubble with cut dressings; Welsh slate roofs, with timber and lead
cupola on gateway.
South elevation: Gateway has flattened 3-centred arch with sunk panel above
containing 2 rows of pigeon holes and alighting shelf; 1903 open-framed
bellcote on ridge, with pyramidal cap. Stable range to right 2 storeys, 5
bays, irregular. Half-glazed door with pair of 1903 12-paned sashes to left;
other openings, mostly blocked, include chamfered doorway with dated lintel,
remains of 2-light mullioned windows, and 3 circular openings with raised
cable-moulded surrounds on 1st floor. Roof has coped gable, with small end
stack, to left and hip end to right. Attached wall to right, with doorway in
moulded surround, links to east wing of Hall (q.v.).
North (external) elevation: Gateway has 1903 gable above arch, with clock
brought from the Carlton Club; stable range has gabled dormer with boarded
opening, and inserted sliding doors.
Attached garage block on north of stable range is not of special interest.
Listing NGR: NU1044019568
Source: English Heritage
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