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Description: Forecourt Walls, Gates, Gate Piers and Pavilions to the North of Yeaton Peverey
Date Listed: 31 May 1973
English Heritage Building ID: 259104
OS Grid Reference: SJ4424218848
OS Grid Coordinates: 344242, 318848
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7643, -2.8278
BOMERE HEATH C.P. -
SJ 41 NW
5/43 Forecourt walls, gates,
gate piers and pavilions
31.5.73 to the north of Yeaton
Peverey (formerly listed
as Forecourt walls, gates
and domed pavilions at
Yeaton Peavery House)
Forecourt walls, gates, gate piers and pavilions. 1890-2, by Aston Webb.
Snecked red sandstone ashlar. U-plan, approximately 100 metres long.
In a free Jacobean style. Plain wall with chamfered coping. North side
with central gateway: pair of square piers, each with nook shafts to cor-
ners, paired arched panels to top with turned balusters at corners, moulded
cornice and statue above. Pair of large ornamental wrought-iron gates
between with dog bars, ornamental lock and top bars, decorative panels
with scrollwork, and elaborate scrolled cresting with repoussé work.
Lower flanking pedestrian gateways, with moulded elliptical arches, hood-
moulds and small wrought-iron gates. Small one-storey diagonally-placed
square pavilions at corners, each with chamfered plinth, cornice, parapet
and domed lead roof with finial; 2-light chamfered mullioned stoned windows
to front. The forecourt walls form part of the original landscape scheme
to Yeaton Peverey (q.v.).
Listing NGR: SJ4424218848
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Source: English Heritage
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