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Description: Outbuildings on North and East of Rear Courtyard with Attached Wall on West
Date Listed: 1 September 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 237207
OS Grid Reference: NU2333603989
OS Grid Coordinates: 423336, 603989
Latitude/Longitude: 55.3294, -1.6337
NU 20 SW WARKWORTH MORWICK HALL
12/316 Outbuildings on
north and east of
wall on west
Stable range and attached wall. Mid-C18. Squared stone with cut dressings,
except for west wall, brick in irregular part-Flemish bond Welsh slate roof.
L-plan, on north and east of courtyard at rear of house; wall encloses west
side of courtyard.
Elevations to courtyard: North range 2 storeys, 5 bays, irregular. Chamfered
plinth; ground-floor sill band. Right-of-centre carriage entrance, with
timber lintel, and C20 sliding door to right; left stable with centre-folding
boarded door flanked by 12-pane sashes; 2-pane casements to 1st floor, set
directly beneath eaves; old brick lateral stack near right end; roof hipped to
left. 2-step mounting block near stable door. Left return shows
rusticated quoins and blind round arch holding blocked window in chamfered
stone surround. East range 2 bays; boarded door with 12-pane sash to right;
at left end a through passage, at right end attached to Hall a round-arched
recess with imposts. Upper windows altered to raking half dormers holding
plain sashes. Rebuilt ridge stack.
Wall on west side of courtyard 1 metre high, with slightly-arched coping,
curved in at each end.
North elevation shows boarded double doors under C20 timber lintel near centre,
3 renewed 12-pane sashes to left and 3 smaller C20 casements to rear; four
2-pane casements and boarded pitching door above.
Listing NGR: NU2333603989
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Source: English Heritage
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