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Stable Entrance, Stable Courtyard and Wall to South Side of Courtyard at Baynards Park

A Grade II Listed Building in Ewhurst, Surrey

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Latitude: 51.1209 / 51°7'15"N

Longitude: -0.45 / 0°26'59"W

OS Eastings: 508578

OS Northings: 136880

OS Grid: TQ085368

Mapcode National: GBR GGD.M2L

Mapcode Global: VHFW9.43Z0

Entry Name: Stable Entrance, Stable Courtyard and Wall to South Side of Courtyard at Baynards Park

Listing Date: 28 September 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1044363

English Heritage Legacy ID: 291800

Location: Ewhurst, Waverley, Surrey, GU6

County: Surrey

District: Waverley

Civil Parish: Ewhurst

Traditional County: Surrey

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Surrey

Church of England Parish: Ewhurst

Church of England Diocese: Guildford

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Listing Text

In the entry for: EWHURST C.P. BAYNARDS PARK

6/161 Stable entrance,
stable courtyard
and wall to south
side of courtyard
at Baynards Park.

The list description should be amended to read:-

Stable courtyard, part now accommodation (Stable Cottage), stable entrance
and walls. c.1840, erected by Thomas Thurlow employing Charles Rickman and
Benjamin Ferrey; restoration and conversion work c1975 and 1987. Brown and
blue banded brick, stable ranges with hipped, plain tile roofs. Single storey
stable ranges have elliptical-arched doorways with c1975 board doors; similarly-
arched wood-mullioned windows with 2 pane fixed lights and pivoting casements.
North side of courtyard: range on east of entrance, now stable cottage, formerly
a coach house, has blocked archways with C20 doors and windows and 4 C20 gabled
dormers. 2 ridge stacks; two larger archways on right. West range: paired
gables flanking central, projecting, flat-roofed addition. Entrance way has
4-centred archway with impost stones, stepped, ridged coping flanked by square
section, pyramidal capped truncated turrets. Wall to west of entrance forms
side wall of stable range and then continues at lower level to join gatehouse
in main courtyard having offset with moulded brick stringcourse half-way up,
moulded brick coping, square piers flanking narrow yard entrance, and 4 centred
arched recess from which stone, former horse-trough projects and above which
is rectangular opening and stone-coped gable. The wall to west of this has
been rebuilt following storm damage in 1987.



6/161 Stable entrance,
stable courtyard
and wall to south
side of Courtyard
at Baynards Park


Stable courtyard, stable entrance and walls. Circa 1840, erected by Thomas Thurlow
employing Charles Rickman and Benjamin Ferrey. Brown and blue banded brick on
stables with hipped plain tiled roofs. Single storey stable range extending to
east of entrance gate with central gabled dormer and flat-roofed extension to
front. Stable doors and leaded casement fenestration alternating on yard elevation.
Main gateway with two stone pyramid-top truncated turrets flanking 4-centred arch
with impost stone string course. Gabled stable ranges attached parallel to wall
to right. Wall dropping down to unbattlemented range with gabled section and
blocked 4-centred arched recess over house trough.


Listing NGR: TQ0857836880

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