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Description: Stable Block to Peper Harow House
Date Listed: 9 March 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 291585
OS Grid Reference: SU9349844049
OS Grid Coordinates: 493498, 144049
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1880, -0.6635
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SU 94SW PEPER HAROW C.P. PEPER HAROW PARK
5/76 Stable Block to
9/3/60 Peper Harow House (formerly
listed as The Stables at Peper
GV Harow Mansion)
Stable block, now occupied by an approved school. c1770 by Sir William Chambers.
Yellow stock brick with some sandstone blocks laid in brick fashion, renewed hipped
slate roofs. Half-H shaped plan with end wings projecting to enclose cobbled court-
yard and convex screen walls to east end closing offthe yard. Single storey with
attic storey to central pavilion of west side.
West side - Central pedimented pavilion with crowning ogee tent-roofed wooden lantern,
arched opening to each side. Clock face to pediment, 3 attic sash windows. Brick
string course to base of windows. Three arched casement doors with block rustication
to ends and uprights, one window flanking to either side. Four window ranges to
either side with plank doors under transome lights to centre.
North and South sides - Two coach-house doorways to centre and rusticated elliptical-
headed doorway to each end. At the east end of both wings are square pyramid at roof
pavilions, their inner face flanked by rusticated quoins and with 3 large windows.
Small crowning wooden turret above with tent roof. Each pavilion joined by curving
brick wails with central rusticated brick piers and flanking,brick dressed,side
PEVSNER: Buildings of England, Surrey (1971) p.408.
Listing NGR: SU9349844049
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Source: English Heritage
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