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Enclosing Walls to North and West of Hazelbury Manor and Terrace in West Garden, Box

Description: Enclosing Walls to North and West of Hazelbury Manor and Terrace in West Garden

Grade: II
Date Listed: 24 July 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 317009

OS Grid Reference: ST8349068385
OS Grid Coordinates: 383490, 168385
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4142, -2.2388

Location: Bathford, Bath and North East Somerset SN13 8HX

Locality: Box
County: Wiltshire
Country: England
Postcode: SN13 8HX

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Listing Text


Enclosing walls to north and west
of Hazelbury Manor and terrace
in west garden


Walls and terrace, C17 restored, rubble stone and ashlar. High
rubble stone north wall with ashlar ridged coping and battlemented
curved towers at north-west and north-east angles. North-west
tower has inner steps up to stone seat on curved balcony on carved
brackets, acting as canopy to curved seat below. Corbelled stone
seat on north wall outer face. Centre of north wall has moulded
Tudor-arched gateway with strapwork cresting and carved Speke arms.
On east side wall returns to rear of the Dower House. On west side
wall steps down at terrace and has 2 external buttresses at south
end. Terrace attached in west garden, rubble stone base with 8
stone steps up in centre and length of ashlar balustrading each
side, turned balusters, panelled piers, moulded rail and some stone
urns. Eight sections to left, 7 to right with small return at east
end. Terrace is of c1925-26 by Sir H. Brakspear when the rest of
the walls were restored.

Listing NGR: ST8349068385

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Source: English Heritage

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