Description: The Hawthorns, and Attached Stable Range
Date Listed: 22 June 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 271554
OS Grid Reference: SJ8531812608
OS Grid Coordinates: 385318, 312608
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7109, -2.2187
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SJ 81 SE LAPLEY C.P. CHURCH LANE, Wheaton Aston
5/71 The Hawthorns, and attached
22.6.83 stable range. (Previously
listed as the Hawthorns)
House, formerly farmhouse, dated 1826. Red brick and blue machine tile roof
of low pitch with end stacks, three storey three window front; central
entrance. Sash windows with glazing bars, shaped stone heads and stone cills;
windows reduce 4-3-2 panes deep to top storey. Pilastered surround to front
door, reeded with reeded frieze to cornice over; rectangular fanlight with
diagonal glazing bars at angles and six flush panelled door with central
knocker. Early C19 casements to rear of building.
Attached stable range to rear: Mid C19 in red brick with blue brick and stone
dressings; welsh slate roof and stack at hip. Two storey three bay front.
Cast iron fixed windows, some circular with blue brick surrounds and stone
cills and keystone. Blocked entrance arch similar.
Listing NGR: SJ8531812608
Source: English Heritage
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