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Stables, Wormington Grange

A Grade II* Listed Building in Stanton, Gloucestershire

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Latitude: 52.0102 / 52°0'36"N

Longitude: -1.9341 / 1°56'2"W

OS Eastings: 404619

OS Northings: 234646

OS Grid: SP046346

Mapcode National: GBR 3M9.XH2

Mapcode Global: VHB16.FQCT

Entry Name: Stables, Wormington Grange

Listing Date: 4 July 1960

Last Amended: 7 September 1987

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1091824

English Heritage Legacy ID: 134835

Location: Stanton, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, WR12

County: Gloucestershire

District: Tewkesbury

Civil Parish: Stanton

Traditional County: Gloucestershire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Gloucestershire

Church of England Parish: Wormington St Katharine

Church of England Diocese: Gloucester

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Listing Text

In the entry for:

SP 03 SW
3/54 Stables, Wormington
Grange (formerly listed as
part of Wormington
4.7.60 Grange and Stable block)


the grade shall be amended to read: II*(star)

and the description shall read:

Stables and coach house, now store, workshop and accomodation. 1826-7, by H. Hakewill for J.
Gist. Limestone ashlar, darker to plinth; Sussex bond brickwork to rear of wings, with stone
dressings; Welsh slate roof with wide projecting eaves. U-plan around 3 sides of courtyard, with
projection to rear of central block housing harness room and accomodation. Picturesque Classical
style. One storey with attic, with lower wings flanking courtyard and 2 storey central block. Central
elevation of 1:3:1-fenestration with moulded architraves to semi-circular tripartite windows flanking
pedimented central block; latter has flat-arched throughway with impost bands continued as flanking
upper plat band, first floor 3/6-pane sash flanked by 15-pane blind windows with flanking pilasters
which rise to meet band beneath pediment, which is surmounted by square timber turret (housing
clock) with blind circular dials to each face and pyramidal lead roof with weathervane. Outer wings
flanking courtyard each have vents set beneath 2 similar semi-circular arched windows flanking stable
door with overlight set in moulded architrave and 2 sets of double doors.
Interior: loose boxes, boarded divisions with iron bars over and cast-iron hay racks survive in
left-hand half of stables; complete rear tack room with harness pegs and simple stone fireplace with
glazed cupboard over; to right of through-entry is accomodation for stable hands, with
match-boarded panelling, stick-baluster stair and simple classical fireplace; fireplaces to first floor.
The principal interest of the interior lies within its method of early fire-proof construction, with
cast-iron columns to iron beams spanned by brick jack arches with stone slate floor over to attic;
arched brick diaphragm walls flank central bay; softwood queen-post roof with wrought-iron ties.
A fine composition, of significant constructional interest, which complements the house (qv) which
Hakewill also remodelled for Gist.


SP 03 SW
3/54 Stables, Wormington Grange
(formerly listed as part of
4.7.60 Wormington Grange and Stable
Stables, coach house and flat. 1826-'7, for J. Gist by H. Hakewill
or J. Goldicutt; altered late C20. Ashlar, darker to plinth;
Sussex bond brickwork to rear of wings, stone dressings; Welsh
slate roof. 'U' shaped block, 5-bay cross wing, 1 1/2 storeys, 2-
storey centre and rear wing; 4-bay, single-storey side wings. To
courtyard, plinth; slightly-projecting centre to cross wing, wide
opening framed wide, plain pilasters, mounting block up 5 stone
steps against right side. Flat head to opening. Moulded string
course above; 12-pane sash centre; each side boarded door with
glass pane framed Doric pilasters. Pediment above; square timber
turret on roof, blind circular dials each face, lead pyramid roof,
iron weathervane. Either side of centre a semi-circular tripartite
window, small panes, moulded surround, plain blocks under ends of
sills. Plain string course above, wide eaves, lead gutter. Wings
slightly lower; at back stable door with rectangular light over in
moulded stone surround, semi-circular windows as cross wing each
side. To front of stable 2 pairs of double, boarded doors, framed
plain pilasters, no capitals.
Interior: left half cross wing 4 loose boxes, boarded divisions
with iron bars over, ceiling beams across with cambered brick
vaults between, inserted r.s.j. on cast-iron columns. Three
similar boxes in left wing, plaster ceiling; semi-circular cast-
iron hay racks; doored cupboard either side of entrance door, with
semi-circular recess with domed head below. Forms group with
Grange (q.v.). Single-storey open or concrete block extensions on
back not of special interest.

Listing NGR: SP0461934646

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