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The Coach House and Adjoining Barn at Haseley Court, Great Haseley

Description: The Coach House and Adjoining Barn at Haseley Court

Grade: II
Date Listed: 21 May 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 246795

OS Grid Reference: SP6444200600
OS Grid Coordinates: 464442, 200600
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7005, -1.0689

Location: Great Haseley, Oxfordshire OX44 7LH

Locality: Great Haseley
Local Authority: South Oxfordshire District Council
County: Oxfordshire
Country: England
Postcode: OX44 7LH

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Listing Text

The Coach House and adjoining
barn at Haseley Court


Barn and stables, now house. C15/C16; part rebuilt as stables C18 and converted
C20. Limestone rubble with some ashlar dressings; old plain-tile roof. 11-bay
range. Part one storey plus attics. Front has 6 heavy stepped buttresses to
left: 4 dividing the 5-window front of the converted stables with C20 sashes and
dormers. Barn to right has a large 4-centre arched doorway with concave and ogee
mouldings dying into a chamfer, three 2-light Gothick windows and some surviving
slits as well as C20 openings. Right gable wall has slits at 4 levels, an owl
hole and a gable parapet. Rear of barn has irregular blocked slits, a door in a
chamfered stone arch and 2 Gothick arched windows. 6-window rear of narrower
stables is of C18 coursed squared rubble with ashlar quoins and a moulded stone
eaves cove and plinth. Door with plain architrave, imposts and double-stepped
keyblock is flanked by 3-light casements with keyblocks; 2-light casement at
first floor. Gable wall of stables has carriage entrance detailed as rear door
with casement above and a gable parapet with fleur de lys finial. Interior: Barn
has some curved braces below tie beams but is ceiled. Probably originally an
ll-bay barn.
(Country Life, Vol. CXXVII, pp.268 and 328; Buildings of England: Oxfordshire,
pp. 685-7).

Listing NGR: SP6444200600

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Source: English Heritage

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