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Description: Pigeoncote and Attached Stable Blocks and Outbuilding at Hall Farm
Date Listed: 12 July 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 241442
OS Grid Reference: SK7790673651
OS Grid Coordinates: 477906, 373651
Latitude/Longitude: 53.2542, -0.8337
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SK 77 SE DARLTON MAIN STREET
3/2 Pigeoncote and
blocks and out-
Pigeoncote and attached stable blocks and outbuilding. Mid C18
and C19. Red brick. Pantile roofs. Dentil eaves. Mid C18
pigeoncote of 2 storeys plus attic, single bay, the front being
the south/gable wall. Doorway under segmental arch with wooden
stable door. In the attic are entrances for pigeons with perches
under. To the left is a one and a half storey, 2 bay stable
block extending to a one and a half storey 4 bay C19 stable
block. Having from right to left a doorway, single glazing bar
fixed light, a doorway, a single wooden slatted opening with
over light, a doorway, a single fixed light and a doorway. Above
right are 2 wooden slatted openings. All doorways have stable
doors and all ground floor openings are under segmental arches.
To the right is a one and a half storey, 2 bay C19 outbuilding
with single small fixed light and, to the right a large doorway
with double wooden door. Above is a sinqle fixed light.
Projecting from the stable block is a C19 shelter shed. Interior
of the pigeoncote has on the first floor brick nesting boxes and
perches from floor to roof and to all 4 sides, there is also a
brick floor. The stable below retains some chamfered beams. The
c18 stable block to the left contains some original wattle
panels. Included for group value only.
Listing NGR: SK7790673651
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Source: English Heritage
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