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Description: Ayton and Shipton Court Stables North Wing
Date Listed: 19 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 251776
OS Grid Reference: SP2770517563
OS Grid Coordinates: 427705, 217563
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8560, -1.5991
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SHIPTON-UNDER-WYCHWOOD HIGH STREET
Ayton and Shipton
- North Wing
Former stables, converted. C17 ranges incorporated in circa 1903-06 remodelling by
Perkins and Bulmer. L-plan, the road front angled; Vanbruggian style. Rubble with
ashlar dressings and hipped Cotswold stone roofs; C20 corniced stone ridge chimney.
Single storey in appearance, l½ storeys in fact (through conversion). The main
feature of the road front is an arched gateway to right of centre in gabled ashlar
break: this has ball finials, segmental arch and imposts extended as bands in both
directions above arched windows, 3 to left and one to right; raised quoins. 1903-06
panelled doors with good Art Nouveau style metalwork. the multi-gabled south wing
has been altered and modernised, one original 2-light mullion window at east end;
this front is important for its contribution to the formal setting of Shipton Court
Listing NGR: SP2770517563
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Source: English Heritage
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