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Latitude: 51.0755 / 51°4'31"N
Longitude: -1.8619 / 1°51'43"W
OS Eastings: 409767
OS Northings: 130690
OS Grid: SU097306
Mapcode National: GBR 3ZT.J2V
Mapcode Global: FRA 66Z8.Y56
Entry Name: Washern Grange
Listing Date: 4 August 1951
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1023764
English Heritage Legacy ID: 319350
Location: Wilton, Wiltshire, SP2
Civil Parish: Wilton
Traditional County: Wiltshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Wiltshire
Church of England Parish: Wilton St Mary and St Nicholas
Church of England Diocese: Salisbury
SU 03 SE
Said to date from circa 1632-1635, rebuilding of an earlier stable block
and incorporating a C14 barn which presumably belonged originally to the
Abbey. Partly demolished (West Range) in C18.
The unified overall treatment said to have been designed by the de Caux
brothers in the 1630s. Brick built with stone dressings, plinths, architraves,
keys, quoins, coping etc. English bond.
North front: 2 bay end pavilions with balustraded parapets and bull's-eye
windows over bar and transom casements (mostly lead glazing). Linked by
set back 7 bay arcade on banded piers; now blind except for central entrance
and 4 smaller openings; band and parapet over with 6 blind oculi above spandrels of
arcade parapet with medallion motif repeated inside courtyard (except over West
range - demolished but retaining arcade). Modern cottage in north-west
corner. South side has projecting coach-house with wide arched entrance and blind
oculi in spandrels, and open pediment treatment to gable; mounting block to left;
it projects to south with stone and flint chequerwork and brick block cornice.
The medieval barn forms the east range. 8 bay arcade in pairs with 3 weathered
stone buttresses. 4 doors. Centre left: good panelled doors, upper panels
curved. Stone imposts, keys and oculi (open) to parapet. 4 rainwater pipes
with lead lions' heads. Tiled roof, coped verge to north, south gable end
twisted and warped. 6 buttresses to east side.
Interior single span roof, some probably C18 mangers, stone lined walls and pitched
Listing NGR: SU0976730690
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