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Description: Stabling to North of Former Threshing Barn, Park Farm
Date Listed: 5 April 1993
English Heritage Building ID: 299788
OS Grid Reference: TQ1681322466
OS Grid Coordinates: 516813, 122466
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9898, -0.3370
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TQ 12 SE WEST GRINSTEAD A272
16/10022 Stabling to north of
former Threshing Barn,
Stabling. Early C20. Picturesque composition with central clock tower.
2 storeys brick rendered on sandstone plinth with hipped tiled roof.
Central clock tower of 2 storeys surmounted by 4 clock faces and iron
weathervane with horse decoration. Round-headed window to first floor
and round-headed door to ground floor. Walls have rounded corners to
ground floor to prevent horses being injured by sharp corners. Wings
are set back and of 1 storey and attics. 4 eyebrow dormers with 5-
light casements. 6 stables to each side with stable doors, wooden
louvred casements and larger stable on each side for brood mares.
North elevation is plainer with pivoting casements to ground floor.
Listing NGR: TQ1681322466
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Source: English Heritage
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