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Description: Outbuildings Approximately Five Metres North of Egton Manor House
Date Listed: 7 July 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 327477
OS Grid Reference: NZ8050105207
OS Grid Coordinates: 480501, 505207
Latitude/Longitude: 54.4359, -0.7604
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EGTON EGTON BRIDGE
16/7 Outbuildings approxi-
mately five metres north
of Egton Manor House
Stables, gunrooms and carriage houses with lofts over; lofts now estate
offices. Stable range dated 1893; extensions dated 1910 and 1913. For
Foster family. Stables hammered sandstone; extensions herringbone-tooled
sandstone with tooled dressings. Slate roofs. 1-storey and attic, 5-bay
stable range; 1-storey, 5-bay range of outbuildings projecting at right
angles; 1-storey and attic, 5½-bay extension beyond projecting range.
Stables. Central 4-panel double doors in chamfered opening with shaped
lintel. 4-panel doors in similar openings at each end: 9-pane pivoting
windows flank central door. Gabled dormer in centre contains paired
4-pane sash windows with shaped sills on corbels, and cornice hood.
Louvred owlhole above. Cornice datestone over central door reads 18 F 93.
Octagonal ridge ventilators left and right of central gable. Left return:
round-arched chamfered doorway to right of 9-pane pivoting window.
Tripartite window, with cornice hood, in gable end beneath chamfered
owlhole. Projecting range. Left end has 4-panel door with 9-pane window
to right. Right end has 6-panel door between 4-pane sashes; door lintel
Right end gable wall: octagonal window with crossed glazing bars. Coped
gable with ball and pedestal finials. Extension range. Gabled bay at
left end has wide half-glazed, 4-panel door in chamfered opening flanked
by narrow 8-pane sashes. Tripartite window above with round-headed,
radial-glazed centre window flanked by 8-pane sashes. Cornice date panel
over door with carved trophy and the date 1910. Board door beneath plain
lintel in half-bay to right. Remaining 4 bays contain board double doors
with long lintels, recessed beneath blind round arches on imposts. Two
centre bays cross-gabled with round-headed radial-glazed window beneath
owlhole in moulded surround. Dated rainwater goods. Ridge stack to right
of gabled end bay. All gables coped, with ball and pedestal finials.
Rear: three small-paned pivoting windows on ground floor. Three attic
gables contain tripartite windows similar to that on front. Dated
rainwater goods. Right return: external staircase leads to glazed
entrance to estate offices.
Listing NGR: NZ8050105207
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Source: English Heritage
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