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Description: Coach House Block and Attached Gateway, 200 Metres South East of Shrubland Hall
Date Listed: 9 December 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 279223
OS Grid Reference: TM1281852374
OS Grid Coordinates: 612818, 252374
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1287, 1.1078
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BARHAM SHRUBLAND ESTATE
TM 15 SW
3/30 Coach-house block and
attached gateway, 200m
south-east of Shrubland
Coach-house range and gateway, early C19. Formed of 3 ranges around a
courtyard. A pair of pavilions, each of 2 storeys, stand on either side of
the entrance at the open north side. Behind the pavilions are opposing ranges
of coach-houses and workshops. At the rear of the court is a 2-storey range
with grooms' accommodation; a 3-bay set-forward block has a shallow moulded
and stuccoed pediment with a clock in the tympanum. Mainly gault brick
walling; the 2-storey blocks have parapets. Hipped slated roofs. chimneys of
gault brick. Various C19 small-pane sashes and casements, and some late C20
casements. The pavilions have small-pane sashes with moulded and eared
architraves of stucco (several blind windows are part of the design, to
achieve symmetry). Coach-house doorways have segmental heads of gault brick;
pairs of framed and boarded doors; there are a number of fielded panelled
pedestrian doors. To left of entrance is a length of screen wall in gault
brick incorporatinga fine gateway of limestone. Composite pilasters support
a moulded cornice, enriched and bearing the inscription "REGARDEZ MON
DROIGHT'. The gateway is framed by a moulded architrave on the north face and
a pair of rusticated stuccoed piers on the south. The wrought iron gate has
side panels and a crown; above the gate a fan radiates from a lunette bearing
the date 1841.
Listing NGR: TM1281852374
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Source: English Heritage
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