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Description: Former Stable About 3 Metres West of Old Beams
Date Listed: 6 March 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 263355
OS Grid Reference: ST6559326265
OS Grid Coordinates: 365593, 126265
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0347, -2.4921
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COMPTON PAUNCEFOOT CP
5/35 Former Stable. about 3 m west of
Stable. Late C18. Local lias stone rubble; hipped Welsh slate roof with stone ridge and hips, ball finial to centre of
ridge. Small almost cuboid building with pointed segmental arched doorway on east side, with boarded door. About 2.5 x
3 m, st.ll fitted up as a stable inside: said to have been built by the minister of the nearby Methodist Chapel, now
demolished, to accommodate his horse whilst he was conducting services in the chapel.
Listing NGR: ST6559326265
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Source: English Heritage
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