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Description: Stable Block at Lee Place
Date Listed: 27 August 1956
English Heritage Building ID: 254145
OS Grid Reference: SP3588119137
OS Grid Coordinates: 435881, 219137
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8697, -1.4803
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Stable block at Lee Place
Stable block. 1725 on clock tower. Possibly by James Gibbs .
Coursed squared limestone rubble; stone slate roof. Central
carriageway through 2-storey block with clock tower on hipped roof
breaks forward from long single-storey range flanked by
projecting pedimented two-storey wings. Basket arch with keyblock
on plain imposts, flanked by symmetrical ground floor fenestration
with glazing bars, 1:2:2:1. Smaller first floor windows above
carriage arch and in projecting wings to right and left. All
windows have plain stone architraves. Plain cill band and string-
course. Carriageway flanked by buttresses to rear beneath boarded
door to hayloft. Small windows ventilate stables to left and
right. Interior not inspected.
Buildings of England (Oxfordshire), p.528. The Antique Collection
(June 1963), 93-101.
Listing NGR: SP3587919140
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Source: English Heritage
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