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Description: Stableyard Buildings and Attached Wall to North of High Buston House
Date Listed: 1 September 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 236904
OS Grid Reference: NU2320808811
OS Grid Coordinates: 423208, 608811
Latitude/Longitude: 55.3727, -1.6353
NU 20 NW ALNMOUTH HIGH BUSTON
to north of High
Ranges around stableyard, and attached wall. Late C18. Good-quality squared
stone; Welsh slate roofs except for synthetic blue slates on south range.
Buildings around square yard with opening at south end of west range; south
range 2 storeys, other parts single-storey except for 2-storey end parts of
South elevation of south range 2 storeys, 2 + 1 + 2 bays, symmetrical.
Slightly-projecting open-pedimented centre bay has boarded double doors;
16-pane sash windows with 8-pane short sashes above, all windows with
slightly-projecting sills. Hipped roof. Attached wall at right end,
returning south to join north-east corner of house, is 1.5 metres high,
holding central gateway with monolithic pyramid-capped piers. Right return
shows blind window with 8-pane short sash above. Left return shows boarded
and slatted windows on 1st floor. At rear a boarded door and five loft
East range shows 2 stable doors and 4 slit vents; 2 blind windows at rear.
Shorter west range has late C19 middens built against inner face, and hip-
ended roof. North range has central pair of segmental arches on round pier
and responds; 2-storey part at left end has boarded door and external stone
stair to boarded loft door on outer return; 2-storey part at right end has
boarded door to rear. Both end parts have pyramidal roofs, and windows to
Listing NGR: NU2320808811
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Source: English Heritage
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