Description: Stable Block and Attached Kitchen Garden Walls
Date Listed: 23 November 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 251485
OS Grid Reference: SU2408796840
OS Grid Coordinates: 424087, 196840
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6698, -1.6531
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SU29NW Buscot Park, stable block
1/24 and attached kitchen
Stables. Circa 1860 for Robert Tertius Campbell. Dressed stone and raised
stone quoins with gabled slate roof, gabled dormers and stone ridge stacks.
11 bays with central carriage arch, segmental arches to each bay and central
clock tower with arcaded ringing stage and cupola above. South side, facing
kitchen gardens, is in brick and forms part of a series of C18 walls which
enclose 2 former kitchen gardens of elongated octagonal shape. The walls
attached to the stable block extend north from a gatepier at the south-
eastern corner of the north garden to a gatepier on the southern side of the
south garden, and also include the eastern half of the dividing wall. The
stone piers probably date from c1890 and carry vases and a gateway in the
east wall has a wrought-iron screen of c1930. (q.v. also detached section
of wall which completes the 2 enclosures).
Listing NGR: SU2408796840
Source: English Heritage
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