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Stable Block at Site of Panton Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in East Barkwith, Lincolnshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.3081 / 53°18'29"N

Longitude: -0.2281 / 0°13'41"W

OS Eastings: 518159

OS Northings: 380481

OS Grid: TF181804

Mapcode National: GBR VZV5.DV

Mapcode Global: WHHK2.G3LS

Entry Name: Stable Block at Site of Panton Hall

Listing Date: 6 February 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1308539

English Heritage Legacy ID: 195409

Location: East Barkwith, East Lindsey, Lincolnshire, LN8

County: Lincolnshire

District: East Lindsey

Civil Parish: East Barkwith

Traditional County: Lincolnshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lincolnshire

Church of England Parish: Wragby All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Lincoln

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Listing Text

PANTON PANTON HALL LANE
TF 18 SE
(east side)
2/34 Stable block at
site of Panton
Hall
II
Stable block. 1777, C20. Probably by William Legg. Red brick
with ashlar dressings. Slate roofs with hipped end bays on west
front and 2 hip stacks. 3 sides of courtyard with smaller inner
projections to east and west. 2 storey, 13 bay north front with
central 3 bays and end bays projecting slightly. Central doorway
with flanking brick pilasters, large fanlight with spokes, band
of dentillations and balustrade above and double plank doors.
Doorway flanked by single round headed niches. 5 round headed
glazing bar sashes in various stages of disrepair and blocking,
on each side. Ashlar first floor band runs at shoulder level of
ground floor windows, rising to segmental pediment with raised
keystone above doorway. Statue above keystone with ashlar plaque
with guttae above. Ashlar dressed pediment above, with
cartouche. Statue flanked by 6 small glazing bar sashes with
wedge lintels, on each side. West front of 2 storeys and 11
bays, the 3 central bays and single outer bays projecting
slightly, the former crowned by ashlar dressed pediment with
ashlar dressed oculus. Ashlar band at shoulder level of ground
floor windows. Central blind round headed opening, flanked by
single round headed glazing bar sashes, all with outer brick
moulded surrounds. Large ashlar dressed archway with raised
keystone to left, flanked by single round headed glazing bar
sashes. Round headed glazing bar sash to left with outer brick
moulded surround. Large blocked ashlar dressed archway to right
of central bays, with raised keystone, blocked by C20 brick with
upper fixed casements. Archway flanked by single round headed
glazing bar sashes with single round headed glazing bar sash to
right with outer brick moulded surround. Central blind panel
above flanked by single windows, that to left without frame,
glazing bar sash to right, 3 glazing bar sashes to left, 3
glazing bar sashes to right. Single round headed glazing bar
sashes in end bays to left and right. South end of west block
with blind round headed opening with moulded brick surround and
ashlar string course. Single glazing bar sash above flanked by
single blind panels. Interior courtyard with ashlar string
course running round at shoulder level of ground floor openings.
C20 open lean-to supported on brick piers covers ground floor on
east and south sides but removed from west side. East side of 2
storeys, 10 bays plus projecting bay to left. Doorway to left
with segmental head, 4 glazing bar sashes with round heads to
right. 4 glazing bar sashes above flanked by single Diocletian
windows with glazing bars, each with narrow glazing bar sash
beyond. 2 storey, 9 bay south side with central bay projecting
with ashlar dressed pediment and ashlar dressed oculus, round
headed archway with damaged head and parapet above with small
rectangular openings. 4 round headed glazing bar sashes to
right, blocked round headed doorway to left, flanked by single
round headed glazing bar sashes. C20 lean-to without roof in
north-east corner. West front of inner courtyard of 2 storeys
and 7 bays with 8th bay projecting to right. Central round
headed blind opening flanked by 2 round headed glazing bar sashes
on each side. Projecting bay to left with large rectangular
opening with wooden lintel. Return walls of projection with
single blind round headed opening to south and blocked round
headed glazing bar sash to left. Central blind Diocletian panel
above flanked by 3 glazing bar sashes on each side.


Listing NGR: TF1815980481

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