Description: Stable Courtyard to North of Hartforth Hall
Date Listed: 21 May 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 323282
OS Grid Reference: NZ1701906475
OS Grid Coordinates: 417019, 506475
Latitude/Longitude: 54.4534, -1.7390
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GILLING WITH HARTFORTH HARTFORTH
NZ 10 NE AND SEDBURY
6/68 Stable Courtyard to north
of Hartforth Hall
Former stables and coach-houses. Mid-late C19. For the Cradock family.
Coursed rubble with ashlar dressings, Westmorland slate roofs. Buildings of
1 and 2 storeys around a quadrangle. At east and west sides, matching
coach-houses, with leaved board doors in paired segmental-arched-coach
openings with keystones, hipped roofs; each is flanked by lower recessed
bothies. North side: stable range of 2 storeys, 4:1:4 bays. Central round-
arched ashlar carriageway with imposts and keystone; other openings have
ashlar surrounds; to left, 4 door openings on ground floor; to right, 1 door
and 3 window openings; on first-floor square openings with continuous sill
band; hipped roof. Behind this range, later range for additional stabling.
South range consists of rear wall of range which fronts, at basement level,
into lower kitchen yard of Hartforth Hall, stable yard elevation consisting
of 3 segmental-arched doorways, at ends and in centre, to staircases, and
12-pane unequally-hung sash windows in square ashlar surrounds; in front of
the wall is a single-storey building with hipped glazed roof, forming the
added upper storey of a room in the service range below, possibly a laundry.
Rear side in kitchen yard consists of two 6-pane doors in quoined surrounds
and ground floor 16-pane sashes, 2 first-floor 12-pane unequally-hung sashes
with sill bands, both in ashlar surrounds. Interior of stables: round-
arched manger niches in rear wall. The stable yard buildings and the ranges
behind were being converted into housing at the time of the resurvey.
Listing NGR: NZ1701906475
Source: English Heritage
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