This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
INGATESTONE AND FRYERNING TL60SW 723-1/2/342 BLACKMORE ROAD, Fryerning (north side) Cart lodge and stable range 19m north-east ofg Fryerning Hall
Cart lodge with loft, mow garagesm and attached stable block. Early C17, altered in early C19. Timber-framed and red brick in Flemish bond, roofed with handmafe red clay tiles. Cart lodge of 3 bays facing SW, the middle bay extended approx one metre at the back on the ground floor only. Small single-storey extension to left, C29; The cart lodge has 2 pairs of vehicles doors and one plain boarded door with a flat brick arch, and a C20 fixed light in a gabled dormer. The extension to right has 2 plain boarded doors. The stable block had one pair of vehivle foors, one halved door and one fixed light. The extension to ledt has one halved door. The front of the whole range is of painted brick, with a small area of weather of weatherboarding above the wheicle doors of the cart lodge. Elsewhere the whole range is clad or built in the red brick.
INTERIOR: the cart lodge has jowled corner posts, unjowled intermediate posts, tenoned and ledged binding beams with one arches brace, and plain joists of vertical section jointed with soffit tenons with diminished haunches. Heavy hardwood ratfers of horizontal sections, 2 double-pegged collars at each internall truss (without tie-beams), claso purlin roof. Original ladder-stair and stair trap to loft in right front corner. The rear wall had been infilled between the studs with brick to the wallplaste in the early C19, except where the missle bay is extended in continuous brickwork. A pigeon loft has been formed in the right end of the roof, a typical development of the early to mid-C19. 4 iron tie-bars have been inserted through the wallplates. The purlin in the front pitch of the right bay had brokenm and had been supported bu a braced timber tower from the floor. Paritiion of hardwood weatherboards between the middle and rights bays on the lower storey, upper storey lightly partitioned between the bays with doorways through.
The stable block to left is timber framed in 2-bays, with jowled posts, but had been enclosed in brick work and extended to the left ot form 3 bays. Floor of blue stable bricks. Included for group value.
Listing NGR: TL6393700218
© Mrs Colleen Cole. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Cole, Colleen
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