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Description: Rectangular Range Opposite Thorpe Hall, Consisting of Stables, Open Cart Shed, Barn, Wall, Pump and
Date Listed: 14 November 1980
English Heritage Building ID: 325726
OS Grid Reference: SE5770131703
OS Grid Coordinates: 457701, 431703
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7785, -1.1259
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1. (west side)
opposite Thorpe Hall,
consisting of stables,
open cart shed, burn,
SE 53 SE 8/50 wall, pump and basin
Early C19. Brown brick. Pitched pantile roofs: coped gables. At south end two
2-storey stable buildings flank a courtyard of which the north and south sided
are closed, respectively, by an open cart-shed with cylindrical brick piers, and
a low wall, with contemporary lead pump and monolithic ashlar basin. The east
stable has ventilation slits on first floor, grouped together under 2-centred relieving
arches: east elevation also has relieving arches on ground floor, and brick modillion
eaves cornice. Both stables are continued north to form a second courtyard on
north side of cart-shed. Barn north of east stable has ventilation holes in lozenge
Listing NGR: SE5770131703
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Source: English Heritage
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