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Description: Honington Hall, Stables Approximately 5 Metres North
Date Listed: 2 September 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 305897
OS Grid Reference: SP2608742729
OS Grid Coordinates: 426087, 242729
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0823, -1.6207
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10/134 Honington Hall, stables
02/09/52 approx. 5m. N
(Formerly listed as stables
to the above)
Stables. Mid/late C17. Regular coursed limestone. Steeply pitched hipped stone
slate roof laid to diminishing courses. 3 bays. Single storey plus attic. Wide
arched entrance to stalls to left has keystoned head. Entrance is flanked by
wide casement windows with stone lintels. Arched recess with water tap to left.
Carriage entrance to right has fluted Ionic pilasters supporting obelisks and
central pediment with niche containing a demi-nude goddess. To right a
4-panelled door with wood surrounds and stone lintel, a 2-light casement with
stone lintel and an arched doorway. 4 gabled roof dormers. Bell-cote to left. 3
hipped louvred lanterns. Central weather-vane. Pineapple finials at gable ends.
Interior: stalls and mangers survive.
(Buildings of England: Warwickshire, 1966 (reprint 1981) p.313).
Listing NGR: SP2608342739
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Source: English Heritage
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