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Description: Stable Range to North of Lucknam Park
Date Listed: 9 December 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 317348
OS Grid Reference: ST8210372981
OS Grid Coordinates: 382103, 172981
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4555, -2.2590
ST 87 SW
4/256 Stable range to north
of Lucknam Park
Stable range, dated 1834, built for J. C. Boode, coursed rubble
stone with slate roofs, 1 and 2-storeys, shallow open courtyard
plan. 2-storey main feature, gable-ended to court with pedimental
gable, floor band and timber square lantern with pilasters and
dome. First floor arched door with date 1873 over and large arched
ground floor entry. L-plan single storey range of stables to left
with 2 lunettes flanking arched-head doorway, arched doorway in
angle with C. B. 1834 carved and return with 2 arched-head doors
and broad arched coach entry. To right, L-plan range, first single
storey with 2 lunettes flanking flat-head double doors, then 2-
storey coach house with 4 cambered-arched ground floor entries and
three 16-pane upper windows, coped gables and east end circular
stack. Return wing, 2-storey with hipped roof, 2 first floor 16-
pane sashes and ground floor arched doorway and two 12-pane sashes
set in broad cambered-arched blank openings.
Listing NGR: ST8210372981
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Source: English Heritage
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