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Latitude: 52.2967 / 52°17'48"N
Longitude: 0.5816 / 0°34'53"E
OS Eastings: 576141
OS Northings: 269649
OS Grid: TL761696
Mapcode National: GBR PBQ.XJN
Mapcode Global: VHJGF.1JBP
Entry Name: Stable Block to Cavenham Hall, 200 Metres West of Church of St Andrew
Listing Date: 16 October 1984
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1037609
English Heritage Legacy ID: 275754
Location: Cavenham, Forest Heath, Suffolk, IP28
District: Forest Heath
Civil Parish: Cavenham
Traditional County: Suffolk
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Suffolk
Church of England Parish: Tuddenham with Cavenham, Herringswell and Red Lodge
Church of England Diocese: St.Edmundsbury and Ipswich
TL 76 NE CAVENHAM THE STREET
7/13 Stable block to Cavenham
- Hall, 200 metres west of
Church of St. Andrew.
Stables and coach-house, probably built c.1899 with Cavenham Hall (now
demolished), by A.N. Prentice for H.E.M. Davies. Stables to left, and coach-
house to right, both facing into the stable yard; linked by a Baroque entrance
arch facing Cavenham Hall to the south-west. 1 storey with attics. Red brick.
Plaintiled roof with hipped casement dormers and a central chimney of red brick
with saw-tooth pattern flues. A segmental-arched casement to left, of 3 lights
(other similar stable windows face into the yard). A semi-circular entrance
arch of limestone, with block-voussoirs, and a massive key-stone carved in the
form of a console-bracket. A pair of slatted half-height entrance gates. On
either flank is a large ramped scroll, set-forward on a pedestal; all of
limestone. The gable above has a heavily moulded broken pediment of wood, with
mutules and an egg-and-dart frieze. The central octagonal lead-clad cupola has
clock faces in a moulded frame, beneath a bell-turret and domed copper roof.
The rear wing to left contains stabling. To right is a pair of coach-houses; a
canopy, formerly glass-covered, is cantilevered from moulded cast iron columns.
Listing NGR: TL7614169649
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