Description: Brandsby Hall Stables
Date Listed: 17 May 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 332724
OS Grid Reference: SE5976271887
OS Grid Coordinates: 459762, 471887
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1394, -1.0867
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BRANDSBY-CUM-STEARSBY TOWN STREET
SE 57 SE
Brandsby Hall Stables
Stables. 1745-7. By and for Francis Cholmeley. Ashlar and dressed sandstone,
Westmorland slate roofs. 3:3:3 bays, the central range of 2 storeys and pro-
jecting forward from the 1 1/2-storey side ranges. Centre block: chamfered rusti-
cated ashlar ground floor; plinth; 3 round-arched openings with projecting key-
stones and linking impost bands, with leaved board doors in centre and recessed
blocking with 4-panel doors below large fanlights in outer bays; first-floor
band; dressed stone first floor, with 20-pane sash windows in architraves, with
a clock above centre window; moulded cornice; hipped roof; square wooden cupola
with a louvred opening and pediment on each side, surmounted by a weather vane.
Left range: openings have raised ashlar surrounds; central doorway with leaved
6-panel door flanked by 12-pane windows, and above them 3-pane Diocletian win-
dows; hipped roof to left. Right range the same, except for inserted narrow
windows to left. Rear: rubble; central range has 2 brick chimney stacks; side
ranges have Diocletian windows. John Cornforth, 'Brandsby Hall, Yorkshire, I',
Country Life, 2 January 1969, pp.20-21.
Listing NGR: SE5976271887
Source: English Heritage
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