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Description: Stables to Smeaton Manor
Date Listed: 29 January 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 332401
OS Grid Reference: NZ3384804683
OS Grid Coordinates: 433848, 504683
Latitude/Longitude: 54.4364, -1.4797
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NZ 30 SW GREAT SMEAT0N EAST COWTON ROAD
(north side, off)
6/37 Stables to Smeaton Manor
(formerly listed as
29.1.53 "Stables at Smeaton Manor")
Stables and cottages. 1875-8 by Philip Webb for Major Percy Godman. Red
brick in English bond, pantile roof. Rectangular in plan, 2-storey clock
tower flanked by single-storey 1-bay wings. To left the taller stable
block. To right a range of cottages, with single-storey central section
flanked by taller square bays. Clock tower: central segmental carriage
arch, with oversailing gabled roof. Above a diamond-shaped clock with two
4-pane windows below it. Below the eaves a series of ventilation (pigeon)
holes. Brick kneelers and coping. External gable stacks. Fox weather-
vane. Low 1 bay wings to either side, that to left with 3-light window. To
left corner a l-bay square cottage. Central 3-light window under segmental
brick relieving arch. Below eaves to right a small 4-pane window. A
2-light flat-headed dormer window to centre. Pyramidal roof with large
central stack. Behind a low long wing linking to similar cottage at other
end. To right of clock tower, stable block which stretches back forming
other side of the courtyard. 8 bays. Central 2 bays flanked by large brick
pilasters. Stable door to right of left-hand bay. Windows are 2-light
casements with brick relieving arches. Roof hipped. Stables still retain
original stable boxes.
Listing NGR: NZ3384804683
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Source: English Heritage
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