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The Stables and Laundry Wing at Parham Park to the North of the House, Parham

Description: The Stables and Laundry Wing at Parham Park to the North of the House

Grade: I
Date Listed: 15 March 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 298497

OS Grid Reference: TQ0602114272
OS Grid Coordinates: 506021, 114272
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9182, -0.4931

Location: Parham, West Sussex RH20 4HS

Locality: Parham
Local Authority: Horsham District Council
County: West Sussex
Country: England
Postcode: RH20 4HS

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Listing Text

The Stables and Laundry
Wing at Parham Park to
the north of the house
TQ 01 SE 11/577A 15.3.55


These stand due north of the house and form a complete courtyard. They were built
by Sir Cecil Bisshopp, the sixth baronet (1700-1778). Stone rubble with ashlar
quoins. The front facing south has a centre portion of 3 s. with a high four-centred
carriage arch and one w.on each side of it on the ground and first floor, the second
floor above the arch having 3 ws. Cornice with corbel heads and parapet. Pyramidal
tiled roof surmounted by a square stuccoed turret, with an octagonal clock face
on the north end south sides and a cupola with a leaden dome and weather vane over
it. On each side of this centre portion is a section of 2 s and 3 w with a slate
roof, and beyond this on each side an end portion of higher elevation having 2
s and 1 w each, with a cornice and parapet over. Casement ws on cemented architrave
surrounds with cement-coated mullions and transoms. The front facing east is a
single storey building with a hipped slate roof. At each side of it are 4 window
bays containing round-headed blank arches. In the middle is a portion containing
4 square-headed casement windows with a corbelled chimney in the centre. Over this
centre portion is a cornice and parapet with 2 cartouches, each surmounted by a
raised panel with a ball cap over. There is a further plain block on the north
and a wall on the west which completes the court-yard.

Listing NGR: TQ0600714273

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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