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The Grange and Attached Stables and Outbuildings, Farnborough

Description: The Grange and Attached Stables and Outbuildings

Grade: II
Date Listed: 21 April 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 305609

OS Grid Reference: SP4341649675
OS Grid Coordinates: 443416, 249675
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1437, -1.3670

Location: Farnborough, Warwickshire OX17 1DZ

Locality: Farnborough
Local Authority: Stratford-on-Avon District Council
County: Warwickshire
Country: England
Postcode: OX17 1DZ

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Listing Text

(East side)
The Grange and attached
16/34 stables and outbuildings


House and attached stables and outbuildings. C16 rear wing; early/mid C17 front
range; late C19/early c20 left range and alterations. Stables and outbuildings
to rear are late C18 and CI9. Regular coursed ironstone, with splayed plinth and
moulded string course. C20 tile roofs have coped gable parapets with moulded
kneelers; ashlar ridge, end and internal stacks throughout. L-plan, extended to
T-plan, with wing to rear. 2 storeys and attic; 4-window range with one-window
addition to left. Entrance in third bay has ribbed door in renewed or altered
moulded and hollow-chamfered basket arch doorway in straight head; sunk
spandrels with roundels. Single basket arch light to left. Door and window have
single hood mould with lozenge stops. Late C19/C20 canted bay windows to left
and right, on right of two storeys, of 2 lights to front and sides. Moulded
crenellated parapets. 4-light window. Leaded stone mullioned windows with hood
moulds throughout, on ground floor with transoms. First floor has two 4-light
windows, on left at lower level, and 2-light window above entrance. Second bay
has 3-light half-dormer. Left range has 6-light mullioned window, with 5-light
window above. Roof dormer has 4-light wood mullioned window. Right return side
one-window range. Ground floor has late C19 projection with lean-to roof.
Re-used window. 5-light and 4-light attic windows have arched lights. To rear:
large external stack on left has 2 late CI9 square shafts. Small 2-light
staircase windows. Early C20 colour-washed roughcast projection. C20 ground
floor addition. Rear wing is 2 storeys and attic; 3-window range. Splayed
plinth. Central gabled staircase projection has broad chamfered corners on
ground floor, with moulded corbelling-out above. 3 small 2-light windows.
C19/C20 ribbed Tudor arch door to right. Moulded and hollow-chamfered doorway in
straight head with sunk spandrels. 2-light window set high up on right. C20
window inserted to left of staircase projection. First floor has 3-light
windows. Some windows are lead latticed. End stack has 2 square shafts.
Interior: front range has dog-leg staricase with winders and cut-out splat
balusters. Winder stairs in rear range. Kitchen has raised moulded Tudor arch
fireplace with cornice, and ogee stop-chamfered ceiling beams. Some Tudor arch
doorways. Some moulded 2-panelled doors. First floor has some broad-chamfered
beams. Room in rear range has chamfered Tudor arch corner fireplace. Partly
renewed queen strut and through purlin roof. Stables and outbuildings attached
to rear wing. C18 left range. 3 bays. Left bay slightly lower. C20 ground floor
projection and external staircase to C20 door and casement. Stable doors. Gabled
half-dormers have casements with glazing bars. Further C19 range to right.

Listing NGR: SP4341649675

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Source: English Heritage

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