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Garden Wall and Summerhouse Adjoining High Hatton Hall to West, Stanton upon Hine Heath

Description: Garden Wall and Summerhouse Adjoining High Hatton Hall to West

Grade: II
Date Listed: 29 October 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 260137

OS Grid Reference: SJ6062224884
OS Grid Coordinates: 360622, 324884
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8200, -2.5858

Location: Stanton Upon Hine Heath, Shropshire SY4 4EY

Locality: Stanton upon Hine Heath
County: Shropshire
Country: England
Postcode: SY4 4EY

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Listing Text

10/141 Garden Wall and
- Summerhouse adjoining
High Hatton Hall
to west


Garden wall and summerhouse. Probably circa 1762, possibly by Thomas Farnolls
Pritchard. Red brick wall with grey sandstone coping, ramped up to
central summerhouse. Wall approximately 2.5 metres high and 70 metres
long, returning at each end. Left-hand return with 2 altered depressed
arches, impost band, and lean-to shed at rear. Summerhouse: red brick
with grey sandstone ashlar dressings; plain tile roof with parapeted
gables. Open triangular pedimented gable to front with stone coping
and truncated finial, and circular stone sundial in tympanum with gnomon.
Four stone steps up to entrance consisting of Palladian motif with gauged
brick piers and head (blocked side lights). Circular windows in rear
and left-hand side walls. Short flanking walls with stone-banded end
piers. Interior: no floor at time of survey (January 1986). The wall
and summerhouse probably date from the same time as High Hatton Hall
(q.v.) which is dated 1762.

Listing NGR: SJ6062224884

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Source: English Heritage

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