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Description: Stables and Coach-Houses 50 Metres North East of Stowlangtoft Hall
Date Listed: 9 May 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 281230
OS Grid Reference: TL9632668969
OS Grid Coordinates: 596326, 268969
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2838, 0.8768
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TL 96 NE STOWLANGTOFT KILN LANE
2/127 Stables and coach-houses
15.11.54 50m north-east of
Stables and coach-houses, serving Stowlangtoft Hall; c.1859 by H. Hakewill for
Fuller Maitland Wilson. In the Italianate Style. Gault brick, mainly with
eaves cornices incorporating a sawtooth band. Hipped slated roofs. In four
ranges around a court. The west range comprises a gatehouse with attached 3-
storey tower to right and 2-storey lodgings to left. The north and south
ranges comprise coach-houses. The east range has 3 stables to left and
lodgings to right, and at the centre the predominant feature: a giant open
pediment on a pair of Tuscan columns, all suspended from stone corbels at 1st
storey level. Supported on massive timber trusses behind is a square timber-
framed clock tower with a slated pyramid roof on brackets. Recessed within
the pediment is a dovecote. Large-pane sashes: segmental heads of gauged.
brick. Framed and boarded doors to coach houses and stables. The gatehouse
has moulded archways of gauged brick at both inner and outer faces.
Listing NGR: TL9632668969
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Source: English Heritage
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