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Stables at Kinnerton Lodge

A Grade II Listed Building in Higher Kinnerton, Flintshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.1484 / 53°8'54"N

Longitude: -3.0098 / 3°0'35"W

OS Eastings: 332558

OS Northings: 361731

OS Grid: SJ325617

Mapcode National: GBR 75.5MDJ

Mapcode Global: WH88K.Q4Y5

Entry Name: Stables at Kinnerton Lodge

Listing Date: 13 November 1997

Last Amended: 13 November 1997

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 19077

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Located to the rear of Kinnerton Lodge which is situated within its own grounds and approached by a private drive running west off Kinnerton Lane.

County: Flintshire

Community: Higher Kinnerton (Kinnerton Uchaf)

Community: Higher Kinnerton

Traditional County: Flintshire

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History

Built as two parallel stable blocks to Kinnerton Lodge in the early 19th century when in the ownership of the Topham family. Western block possibly earlier than eastern. Extended and upgraded by the Collinge family in the late 19th century through the construction of a single storey glazed workshop, dormers, and new glazing patterns.

Exterior

Stable block on a U-plan. To the west the principal block is two-storeys centrally planned with a slightly projecting central section surmounted by a triangular pediment with weathervane to its apex. Random stone construction with some brick dressings. Hayloft with two circular pitching holes. Doors and windows have segmental heads. Windows filled with distinctive lattice pattern of leading. Dormer window to western hip of roof with Gothic Revival pattern decoration. Off centred brick chimney stack. Eastern block is single storey rendered brick under slate roof. To the north are cart openings, to the south boarded door with plain glazed fanlight and three-light mullion window. Later double garage doors inserted in southern elevation. Connecting the two ranges is a later single storey cart shed and workshop constructed of brick under a slate roof. Above the four panel door to the workshop is a further Gothic Revival dormer, and to the side a large eight-light mullioned window.

Reasons for Listing

Listed for group value with Kinnerton Lodge as C19 stables with distinctive detailing.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Kinnerton Lodge
    Situated within its own enclosed grounds and reached by a private drive running west off Kinnerton Lane, north of its junction with Leicester Lane. The private drive is entered through a set of classi
  • II Crompton Hall
    Crompton Hall is reached from a private drive off the end of Park Avenue. It is sited in open agricultural land on the edge of the village of Higher Kinnerton and largely obscured by planting.
  • II Hillside Cottage
    Hillside Cottage is located on the south side of Kinnerton Lane between its junctions with Leicester Lane and Bramley Lane some 0.3 km north of the entrance to Kinnerton Lodge.
  • II Kinnerton Hall
    Kinnerton Hall is approached by a private drive running west from Kinnerton Road. It is slightly elevated from the road and obscured from view by the houses on Kinnerton Road at Babylon.
  • II Warren Hall
    Located at the end of a driveway off Mold Road, to the SW of the A55. Set within fine landscaped gardens with shrubs and trees. To the rear is the former farmyard complex, most of the building altere
  • II Bridge Farm Farmhouse and Attached Shippon
    Lower Kinnerton, Cheshire West and Chester, CH4

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