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Latitude: 54.3877 / 54°23'15"N
Longitude: -1.3177 / 1°19'3"W
OS Eastings: 444407
OS Northings: 499354
OS Grid: SE444993
Mapcode National: GBR MK7P.JW
Mapcode Global: WHD7Q.QZQ5
Entry Name: Stable Block to North of Cleveland Tontine Inn
Listing Date: 23 June 1966
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1188962
English Heritage Legacy ID: 333119
Location: Ingleby Arncliffe, Hambleton, North Yorkshire, DL6
County: North Yorkshire
Civil Parish: Ingleby Arncliffe
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire
Church of England Parish: Ingleby Arncliffe All Saints
Church of England Diocese: York
This list entry is subject to a Minor Amendment on 16/04/2015
SE 49 NW
A19 East side
Stable block to north of Cleveland Tontine Inn
Stables, 1806, to service mail coaches from Sunderland to Boroughbridge, now residential accommodation. Coursed herringbone-tooled sandstone with dressings; roofs now of concrete tiles. Rectangular plan around a courtyard: 2-storey external walls with parapets; pent ranges backing on to walls inside. Gothick style. 3-bay main south front has tall central carriage archway, with cut voussoirs, in shallow, projecting pedimented panel. Side bays have tall round-arched recesses, the left with half-glazed door, the right with blocked doorway and 2 small inserted windows. In flanking wall sections quatrefoil windows in raised surrounds with cross-slits above. Flat parapet coping. East elevation 2 wide bays with tall round-arched recesses, raised panels between and at ends. Inserted small-paned casements; loading doors in heads of arches. West elevation similar but with fewer insertions and retaining quatrefoil and cross windows in raised sections. Internally there are 1-storey pent ranges to east, south and west, with half-glazed doors and small-paned windows. North range of 2 storeys with 2 large carriage arches, one placed central to the elevation with the second to the left. Both have modern infilling, being glazed down to inserted cills, the right arch having a central glazed door. To the left of these arches there is a doorway, now converted to a window, and to the right there is a modern 3-light casement window. The first floor is lit by 3 evenly spaced tackroom-type windows. The roof has a stone, double flue chimney stack to the right, the roof covering being concealed by a plain parapet.
Across the south entrance arch is a wrought iron overthrow with scrolls and lampholder.
Flanking the arch 2 inscriptions:
LICENED (sic) POST
TO LET HORSES
Listing NGR: SE4440799354
This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.
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