This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
HATFIELD MANOR ROAD SE 6609 (SE 60 NE) (west side) 16/46 Coachhouse immediately to south-west of Hatfield House Farmhouse (By II Coachhouse. Dated 1789. Red brick in English garden wall bond with ashlar dressings, stone slate eaves courses to pantile roof. 2 storeys 1 : 1 : 1 bays an west side with central bay set forwards. Large quoins. Quoined central bay has large boarded doors beneath round arch with impost band and keystone. Impost band continues to left over garage doors set in recessed round-arched panel with keystone; similar panel to bay 3. Eaves band continues across gabled central bay; which has ledge to keyed lunette in tympanum. Shaped kneelers and gable copings; ball finials with bands on left and to each side of gable. Roar: central basket archway now bricked up; bricked-up lunette over; other openings include door to 1st floor on right flanked by slatted casements and bricked-up pitching holes on left. Right return: two boarded ground-floor openings flank a boarded pitching hole with another in gable; the numerals of date 1789 form tie-rod ends.
Left return: tie rods ends have initials 'W.G'. Former stable-block serving Hatfield House (demolished), the initials are those of William Gossip who married into the Hatfield family.
Listing NGR: SE6610609094
© Ms Janet Tierney. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
People & Organisations
Photographer: Tierney, Janet
Rights Holder: Tierney, Janet
Ashlar, Brick, Pantile, Stone, Georgian Coach House, Transport, Road Transport Site
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