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Pigeoncote and Attached Gateways, Barn and Wall at Epperstone Manor, Epperstone

Description: Pigeoncote and Attached Gateways, Barn and Wall at Epperstone Manor

Grade: II
Date Listed: 11 August 1961
English Heritage Building ID: 242099

OS Grid Reference: SK6505348491
OS Grid Coordinates: 465053, 348491
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0298, -1.0314

Location: Main Street, Epperstone, Nottinghamshire NG14 6AU

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

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Listing Text

(south side)

9/43 Pigeoncote and
attached gateways,
barn and wall at
11.8.61 Epperstone Manor


Pigeoncote and attached gateways, barn and wall. Early C18, late
C18, late C19. Red brick and ashlar. Early C18 pigeoncote. Red
brick. Pyramidal plain tile roof. First floor band. Rear with
doorway with chamfered flush ashlar quoin surround and plank
door. Above is a single panel with raised brick surround and 2
rows of openings for birds. Attached to the left is a C19
restored coped ashlar wall extending for a single metre with
ashlar pier and pyramidal shaped coping. Central double iron
gate, having a similar single pier to the left, the wall further
left is set on a plinth and extends for 2 metres, being broken by
a chamfered arched doorway with plank door, the wall is higher
over the doorway. to the right of the pigeoncote is a C19 ashlar
gateway. Decorative iron gate in chamfered arched surround,
moulded spandrels and Tudor style hood mould. Either side are
single stepped buttresses. The wall over the gateway is stepped
with shaped coping, the central section rising to form a gable.
In the apex is a segmental pointed arched panel decorated with
coat of arms. Attached to the right is the late C18 red brick
and pantile barn. Set on a rubble plinth. Dentil eaves. Doorway
with plank door, with single opening above right. 4 cross tie
plates. Attached to the right is a red brick wall with rock face
ashlar coping, this extends for 22 metres.

Listing NGR: SK6505348491

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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