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Stables and Coach House 30m North West of Dalham Hall, Dalham

Description: Stables and Coach House 30m North West of Dalham Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 7 May 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 275571

OS Grid Reference: TL7238662714
OS Grid Coordinates: 572386, 262714
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2356, 0.5231

Location: Dalham, Suffolk CB8 8TB

Locality: Dalham
Local Authority: Forest Heath District Council
County: Suffolk
Country: England
Postcode: CB8 8TB

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Listing Text


6/11 Stables & Coach
7.5.54 House 30m north
-west of Dalham
(Stabling formerly
listed with Dalham


Stables and coach house. Early C18 with alterations and
extensions at either end of 1906 (date on rainwater head). 2
storeys, 9 windows; A-B-C-B-A. Red brick with reddened joints;
string course at 1st floor, coved cornice at eaves. Rusticated
quoins with raised rendered blocks. At bays 'B', slight
projection 3 windows wide, with surmounting pediment containing a
dummy circular window. Hipped plaintiled roof. Windows with
segmental arches of gauged brick having raised painted keystones;
mullioned and transomed casements, at ground floor with leaded
lights and iron casements, and at 1st floor with small-pane
casements of wood, some being painted cummies. At bays 'B', 2
doorways with doors of 6 fielded panels, divided fanlight under a
segmental arch of gauged brick; sunk pilasters and a moulded
wooden cornice on console brackets. A range of C19 or early C20
stalls along full length of stables.

Listing NGR: TL7238662714

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Source: English Heritage

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