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Latitude: 51.7232 / 51°43'23"N
Longitude: -4.8036 / 4°48'12"W
OS Eastings: 206458
OS Northings: 206440
OS Grid: SN064064
Mapcode National: GBR GC.6DYH
Mapcode Global: VH2PB.PYDC
Entry Name: Stable Range to W side of Stable Courtyard at Creselly House
Listing Date: 28 April 1995
Last Amended: 8 April 1997
Source ID: 15918
Building Class: Domestic
Location: The stable courtyard is immediately to the S of Cresselly House. This range is on its W side, opposite the coach-house and another stable range.
Traditional County: Pembrokeshire
Possibly contemporary with the mid-C19 enlargements of the house; appears later than the range opposite which has its origins with the original house. Cresselly House was built by the Allen family c.1770.
Two-storey rubble service range with 3 2 window cement-rendered front, slate roof and red-brick chimney stacks; 9-pane sash windows to first floor and 12-pane below. The tack-room occupies the two bays to right hand end including the tall segmental-arched recess containing a boarded door flanked by small windows; the shape of the arch may be intended to reflect the carriage arch on the coach-house directly opposite. Although internally the stables continue to the left, externally the adjoining three-bay frontage appears convincingly as a three window late Georgian cottage with central boarded door and chimney stacks; the first floor is indeed domestic accommodation for staff and is known as the Stable Flat. Access is from the rear via outside stairs; rear elevation has casement windows over single-storey lean-to. Stepped down to south are single storey ranges, one with sliding boarded doors and that to the end serving as stalling for calves. Single-storey cross-range to the rear.
Internally the tack-room and stables retain their original character with boarded walls, panelled doors and spacious stalling for the Cresselly horses.
Included for group value with Cresselly House and associated listed items.
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