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Description: Stables and Coach-House Ranges at Spring Hill School
Date Listed: 11 June 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 331094
OS Grid Reference: SE3013073032
OS Grid Coordinates: 430130, 473032
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1522, -1.5402
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SE 37 SW NORTH STAINLEY WITH A 6108
SLENINGFORD (west side, off)
6/90 Stable and coach-house
ranges at Spring Hill
Stables and coach-house to former palace of the Bishops of Ripon, now
residence and garage. c1841 for the Bishop of Ripon. Limestone with ashlar
dressings, Welsh slate roof. Buildings on 3 sides of courtyard comprise 2-
storey 3-bay stable block on west side, flanked by projecting single-storey
2-and 3-bay ranges - probably a wash-house on the south side, entered from
the service yard attached to the palace range (qv), and carriage house, now
garages, on the north side. East side of yard closed by a wall and double
gates. Facade of west range: central arch with recessed board door and
tiestone jambs flanked by two 2-light chamfered mullion windows; single-
light windows above, under gables. Large lantern on ridge, with clock,
spire and weather vane. Coach-house range has 4 entrances, those on right
with original double board doors. Wash-house range has tall ridge stack to
right and 3 vents in left return (east gable end). Enclosing wall on east
side is approximately 2.5 metres high with ridged coping and gate piers with
stepped pyramidal caps. Double board gates with pierced cruciform
decoration and strap hinges.
Listing NGR: SE3013073032
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Source: English Heritage
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