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Stables Circa 70 Metres to North East of Filkins Hall, Filkins and Broughton Poggs

Description: Stables Circa 70 Metres to North East of Filkins Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 12 September 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 253508

OS Grid Reference: SP2408304538
OS Grid Coordinates: 424083, 204538
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7390, -1.6526

Location: Filkins, Oxfordshire GL7 3JJ

Locality: Filkins and Broughton Poggs
Local Authority: West Oxfordshire District Council
County: Oxfordshire
Country: England
Postcode: GL7 3JJ

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Listing Text

(South-east side)
8/210 Stables c.70m to NE of Filkins
12/09/55 Hall
(Formerly listed as under
Dovecot and Stables at Filkins

Former stable block, converted to 3 houses. Dated ECN 1810 on shaped stone
plaque in front gable. By Richard Pace of Lechlade for Edward Colston of Filkins
Hall. Dressed stone centre bay with flanking rubble stone wings, all of
limestone. Stone slate roofs, hipped at either end. Tall centre bay with former
coach entry projects slightly, and has shaped gable with bellcote, flush quoins,
plinth, raised stone bands and moulded cornice. Semi-circular arched coach
entry, now part blocked, has moulded architrave surround with Vermiculated
rustication blocks, and band at impost level. Above are 2 round windows in
reeded surrounds with cermiculated keys, also with band. Clock in similar
roundel in gable. Arched bellcote with moulded cornice, semi-circular gable,
ball finial and weathervane. Flanking 2-storey stable wings are each of 3 bays,
with plinths, first floor band courses, and chamfered quoins. Each wing has
central doorway, tall flanking windows, and shorter first floor windows, all in
flush stone surrounds with keyblocks. Lower openings have segmental arches,
upper flat arches. Rear is more irregular, with restored surrounds to windows,
and lunette in central gable.
(Illustrated on trade card of R. Pace and Son, Bodleian Library: MS Eng. Hist.

Listing NGR: SP2408304538

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Source: English Heritage

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