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Description: Outbuilding Attached to the Stables
Date Listed: 18 July 1963
English Heritage Building ID: 246851
OS Grid Reference: SP6440901741
OS Grid Coordinates: 464409, 201741
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7107, -1.0692
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GREAT HASELEY THAME R0A0
SP60SW (East side)
5/85 Outbuilding attached to The
(Formerly listed as Manor
Outbuilding. C18, possibly partly earlier. Limestone rubble and ashlar quoins;
old plain-tile roof. Square plan. 2 storeys. Walls have brick dentil eaves
course and stone flat arches. Entrance to left of centre and one small window at
first floor in return wall. C20 openings at rear. Pyramidal roof with louvre. To
left, C20 weatherboarded link to The Stables (q.v.); to right, wall to east of
the Manor House (q.v.). Interior: Plastered walls. First floor (reached by a
stair) is supported by iron ties from 2 parallel roof trusses of exceptionally
heavy pine construction flanking a central space of unknown function. The
building may be a C18 conversion of the dovecote shown on an estate map of 1701
by the cartographer Joel Gascoyne.
Listing NGR: SP6440401725
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Source: English Heritage
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