Description: Wall and Outbuilding to West of the Vicarage
Date Listed: 20 December 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 327996
OS Grid Reference: NZ6987207484
OS Grid Coordinates: 469872, 507484
Latitude/Longitude: 54.4579, -0.9237
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NZ 60 NE DANBY YALL FLAT LANE
6/77 Wall and
west of The
Garden wall along roadside, with stable/coachhouse at North end,
smaller outhouse at south. Mid C19, possibly by William Butterfield.
Coursed, tooled stone; purple slate roofs. Long wall about 2.2 m.
high, with stepped buttresses at intervals and low gabled coping.
To south a boarded door in hollow-chamfered Tudor-arched doorway.
To north a carriage entrance with 6-barred gate; and an inserted
gateway to south of this.
Stable with loft and coachhouse at north end: 1½ and 1 storey, 2
+ 1 bays. One transomed window and a boarded loft door on front
of taller part. High-pitched roof with ridged stone copings and
south end chimney. Internal elevation shows Tudor-arched stable
doors; and a modern garage door in south wall of coachhouse. Pent
privy and coalhouse against garden wall.
South building shows gable end integral with and rising above
garden wall. High-pitched roof with ridged coping.
Listing NGR: NZ6987207484
Source: English Heritage
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