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Poplars and Attached Outbuildings and Barn with Adjacent Water Pump, Epperstone

Description: Poplars and Attached Outbuildings and Barn with Adjacent Water Pump

Grade: II
Date Listed: 13 May 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 242091

OS Grid Reference: SK6521048681
OS Grid Coordinates: 465210, 348681
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0314, -1.0291

Location: Chapel Lane, Epperstone, Nottinghamshire NG14 6AE

Locality: Epperstone
Local Authority: Newark and Sherwood District Council
County: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Postcode: NG14 6AE

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Listing Text

(west side)

9/35 Poplars and attached
outbuildings and
barn with adjacent
water pump


House and attached outbuildings and barn with adjacent water
pump. Late C17, early C18, late C19. Early C18 house. Red
brick. Plain tile roof. 2 red brick late C19 gable stacks.
Brick coped gables with kneelers. Dentil, raised brick and
dogtooth eaves. 2 storeys plus garret, 3 bays. First floor
band. Central C19 lean-to porch of red brick and plain tiles.
6 fielded panel door and overlight. Either side are single
tripartite casements with Gothick glazing bars under segmental
arches. Over are 2 C19 tripartite casements with single central
similar 2 light casement. To the right, set back is a brick and
plain tile lean-to with single casement on the first floor. To
the left is a red brick and plain tile single storey wing with
single C19 ridge stack. Doorway with part glazed door to the
right. Projecting is a C20 conservatory. to the rear is a lower
C17 2 storey, single bay wing with coped gable and kneelers and
dentil eaves. Single casement on each floor, that on the ground
floor under a segmental arch. In front is the C19 painted iron
water pump with decorative spout and handle. Attached to the
left of the C17 bay is a single storey red brick and plain tile 3
bay outbuilding with single ridge red brick stack. Having a
lean-to with plank door and to the left a single 2 light
casement, both under segmental arches. Further left is a doorway
with plank door. Attached to the left is a 2 storey, 3 bay red
brick and pantile C18 barn with brick coped gables and kneelers.
Dentil eaves. Plinth to left. Central doorway with plank stable
door under segmental arch. Either side are single slit
ventilators and further left and right single circular openings.
Above right is a single rectangular opening. Attached to the
left is a single flight of brick and stone steps with small
segmental arched opening to the front. The steps lead to a
doorway in the gable of the barn with plank door. to the left
and set back is a red brick and pantile single storey, 3 bay
range with 3 doorways with stable doors. Attached tothe left and
projecting is a C18 red brick and pantile 2 storey barn with
brick coped gables, kneelers and dentil eaves. Rubble plinth to
right and brick plinth to left. Large blocked doorway with
domestic segmental arched doorway with plank door. To the left
is a large lozenge shaped ventilator with single similar smaller
ventilator further left and single similar small ventilator on
the right. Above are 4 cross ventilators. Interior of house has
chamfered beam with ogee stops in C17 wing. Staircase with
fretted balusters, some restored.

Listing NGR: SK6521048681

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Source: English Heritage

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