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Description: Wall Along South and East Sides of Stable Yard at Kencot House, with Archway and Gatepier
Date Listed: 4 May 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 253537
OS Grid Reference: SP2553904941
OS Grid Coordinates: 425539, 204941
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7426, -1.6315
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8/225 Wall along S and E sides of
stable yard at Kencot House,
with archway and gatepier
Wall, with archway and gatepier. Wall is probably late C19-C20, altered, and is
built of coursed limestone rubble with flat stone coping. Formerly battlemented.
Set into wall is a very fine re-used early C13 arch of moulded stone, with
dogtooth ornament, label, and moulded capitals of missing shafts. Wall returns
along east side of stable yard and is ramped down to C19-C20 rubble stone
gatepier with pyramid cap and ball finial.
Listing NGR: SP2553904941
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Source: English Heritage
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