Description: Stable Range 25 Metres to North of Kencot House, with Attached Wall and Gatepier on East Side of Sta
Date Listed: 4 May 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 253536
OS Grid Reference: SP2553904956
OS Grid Coordinates: 425539, 204956
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7427, -1.6315
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8/224 Stable range 25m to N of
Kencot House, with attached
wall and gatepier on E side of
Stable range. Early-mid C19 with some later alterations. Coursed rubble
limestone with dressed quoins and stone slate roofs. Tall centre bay with
vehicle entry, flanked by lower stable wings, in Gothick style. Centre bay has
coped gable to front and is very slightly advanced. It has a vehicle entry with
dressed stone jambs and wooden lintel, a 2-light leaded window with wooden
Y-tracery, 4-centred arch and hoodmould, and a square clock panel with blind
tracery and Tudor hoodmould. Above clock panel is an arched bellcote. To left is
a 2-bay lofted stable. This has 2-light leaded windows with 4-centred wooden
tracery and blind tympana in semi-circular arched surrounds of dressed stone.
Central board door with wooden lintel and small boarded loft door above.
Contains 3 stable boxes. Attached to left end is a lower bay with half-hipped
roof and C20 garage doors. To right of centre is an altered wing, formerly open
to front, with later stone and rendered infill. This has 2 board doors, small
projection to right, and single loft light with Tudor hood in right gable.
Attached to front right is a short length of stable-yard wall, ramped down to
gatepier, with blocked archway. Wall and pier are probably late C19-C20, of
rubble stone, the pier with pyramid cap and ball finial. Included for group
Listing NGR: SP2553904956
Source: English Heritage
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