Coach House At Brownsover Hall

27 Mar 2002
Coach House At Brownsover Hall, Leicester Road, Rugby, Warwickshire
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This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.


5397 Coach House at Brownsover Hall SP 57 NW SP/629 II 0/629 GV

2. Coach House, mid-C19, probably by Sir George Gilbert Scott the architect for Brownsover Hall (Q.V.) in a similar Tudor gothic style. Red brick, with blue brick diaper patterns on the south elevation facing the court yard, stone dressings, slate roof. Stone coped gable ends to a long single storey and attic range. Four steeply pitched gable dormers. Brick stack with stone quoins at rear. On south front three stone stone framed doorways with pointed arches and boarded doors alternate with three two-light stone framed mullioned windows with flat lintols. To left, two stone framed carriage archways with pointed arches, double vertical boarded doors. The three dormers to left have 2-light stone framed casements with a caernavon arch over each light. The dormer to right has an upper loading door.

All casements have glazed bars.

Listing NGR: SP5078377538


This is part of the Series: IOE01/1838 IOE Records taken by Brian W Sherwin; within the Collection: IOE01 Images Of England


© Mr Brian W Sherwin. Source: Historic England Archive

This photograph was taken for the Images of England project

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Photographer: Sherwin, Brian W

Rights Holder: Sherwin, Brian W


Brick, Slate, Stone, Georgian Coach House, Victorian Transport, Road Transport Site