Description: Stable Building to North West of Crathorne Hall
Date Listed: 4 August 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 331900
OS Grid Reference: NZ4449808575
OS Grid Coordinates: 444498, 508575
Latitude/Longitude: 54.4706, -1.3149
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NZ 40 NW CRATHORNE YARM ROAD
6/17 (east side)
Stable Building to
north-west of Crathorne
Early C20 by Sir Ernest George. Rendered brick, ashlar dressings, graduated stone
slate hipped roof. Symmetrical composition. Three-storey central tower with
pyramidal roof, clock stage and domed bellcote with vane, has 3 slit vents on top, 3
small sashes on first floor and round arched carriage entrance below; and is flanked
by 2-storey 4-bay side sections. Sash windows with glazing bars in raised surrounds
Stone alternating quoins.
The other 3 ranges around the courtyard are of machine brick and no special design
quality but the graduated stone slate roofs are handsome and important to the
Listing NGR: NZ4449808575
Source: English Heritage
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