Description: Stourton Club with East Side of Spread Eagle Yard
Date Listed: 9 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 321238
OS Grid Reference: ST7767134012
OS Grid Coordinates: 377671, 134012
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1050, -2.3203
STOURTON WITH GASPER HIGH STREET
ST 73 SE
6/132 Stourton Club with east side
of Spread Eagle yard
Village hall, now restaurant,and picturesque wall and towers, now
shop and kitchen. Early C19, for Richard Colt Hoare, village hall
converted from stables, 1919, as a First World War memorial.
Random rubble stone, dressed limestone, tile or Welsh slate roofs.
Club on north side of yard, at right angles to east wall, in style
of castle curtain wall. East side of yard comprises high wall with
battlemented parapet and one wide pointed archway to left, flanking
square corner towers with pointed 2-light casements to ground floor
and blind windows to first, also with battlemented parapets, right
return of north tower has larger wooden oriel window, added c1920.
Rear, facing courtyard has lean-to range of offices, kitchens,
converted C20. Stourton Club has moulded Tudor-arched planked door
to left, relief-carved inscription over records building of Club as
war memorial, two tablets with names of dead. Rear facing
courtyard is Flemish bond brick, leaded casement and 3-light
mullioned and transomed casement to left, double glazed doors to
Listing NGR: ST7767134012
Source: English Heritage
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