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Cartshed, Stables and Granary Approximately 20 Yards West of Towmend Cottage, Ilam

Description: Cartshed, Stables and Granary Approximately 20 Yards West of Towmend Cottage

Grade: II
Date Listed: 15 March 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 274465

OS Grid Reference: SK1357250946
OS Grid Coordinates: 413572, 350946
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0556, -1.7989

Location: Ilam Moor Lane, Ilam, Staffordshire DE6 2AZ

Locality: Ilam
Local Authority: Staffordshire Moorlands District Council
County: Staffordshire
Country: England
Postcode: DE6 2AZ

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Listing Text


8/107 Cartshed, stables and
- granary approximately
20 yards West of Townend


Cartshed, stables and granary. Mid C19. Perhaps by George Gilbert
Scott. Coursed and squared rubble with hammer dressed ashlar quoins
and dressings; clay tile roofs with coped verges. L-shape plan.
Single storey cartshed ands stable to left, 2 storey projecting gabled
stable and granary to right. Stable and cartshed: Pair of carriage entries
to centre with wooden gates; blank wall to left of centre; right of
centre has 2 top-opening windows flanking a central door; 3 skylights
to right hand. Stable and granary: Tallet steps to first floor door in
centre of gable end with segmental headed overlight; return wall has
2 ground floor top opening windows to left of centre and right; 2 doors,
to left and right of centre; first floor fixed light window to right of
centre. Part of the picturesque Alpine style estate village created
by Scott.

Listing NGR: SK1357250946

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Source: English Heritage

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