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Barn/Stable Block at Gazeby Hall, Sandy Lane

Description: Barn/Stable Block at Gazeby Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 9 August 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 336088

OS Grid Reference: SE1008335208
OS Grid Coordinates: 410083, 435208
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8131, -1.8483

Locality: Sandy Lane
County: Bradford
Country: England
Postcode: BD15 9AB

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Listing Text

Wilsden/Ling Bob BD15

Barn/stable block at Gazeby Hall
SE 13 NW 4/236


Dated 1828 and restored 1958. Two-storey large barn cum stable-coach house. Sand-
stone "bricks". Stone slate roof with bracketed stone eaves, pedimented saddlestones
to gable ends and pedimented centre break to main front. Lunette openings at first
floor level. Segmented arched ground floor openings. Large segmental arched portal,
voussoirs, dated keystone, panelled impost blocks. Keyed circular openings in gable

Listing NGR: SE1008335208

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Source: English Heritage

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