This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
NY 44 NE HESKET SOUTHWAITE
2/194 Stable range opposite Southwaite Hill
Stables now used as garages. Early C19. Cement rendered walls, under graduated greenslate roof hipped in centre; brick chimney stack. Central tower with lower flanking wings and rear extensions forming overall U-shape. Central large segmental-headed carriage archway in quoined surround under sash window with glazing bars in painted stone surround, and 2 small attic openings. Flanking wings have to left a quoined-surround doorway under round opening and a left stone-surround window; right wing has large C20 plank garage doors, one within segmental quoined surround. Left door under pound opening and sash window in stone surround between doorways. Has group value with Southwaite Hill and Moorhouse Hill.
Listing NGR: NY4557845097
© Mrs Gill Andrew. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Andrew, Gill
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