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STABLE BLOCK OF ASKE HALL

List Entry Summary

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

Name: STABLE BLOCK OF ASKE HALL

List entry Number: 1131968

Location

STABLE BLOCK OF ASKE HALL, B6274

The building may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: North Yorkshire

District: Richmondshire

District Type: District Authority

Parish: Aske

National Park: Not applicable to this List entry.

Grade: II

Date first listed: 21-May-1987

Date of most recent amendment: Not applicable to this List entry.

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Legacy System: LBS

UID: 323269

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Details

GILLING WITH HARTFORTH B 6274 NZ 10 SE AND SEDBURY (west side, off)

8/57 Stable block of Aske Hall

GV II

Stable block, now farm buildings. 1887. By Thomas Oliver of Newcastle upon Tyne for the third Earl of Zetland. Second Empire style. Quadrangular plan. 1 and 2 storeys, front 1:5:1:3:1:5:1 bays. Coursed sandstone with some ashlar, Welsh slate roofs, also some cast iron. Bays 1, 7, 11 and 17 project and are quoined. Entrance: central 5 bays, 2 storeys. Windows have glazing bars. Central ashlar round-arched carriageway within Tuscan aedicule with vermiculated plinth to fluted pilasters; moulded archivolt and foliage richly carved on spandrels; dentilled cornice continuing across side bays; decoratively moulded and scrolled gates signed by Walker, Newcastle upon Tyne. Flanking windows. On first floor: tripartite window flanked by windows, all with cornices. Side bays: on each floor a window in ashlar surround with cornice, and on ground floor with sill corbels and 2 panels with cartouches above. Oversailing eaves with cavetto-bracketed cornice. Hipped roofs. Ridge stacks flanking central bay. Side wings: single storey, 5 bays. At high level, stable ventilators with cast-iron grilles in voluted-shouldered rectangular ashlar surrounds with segmental-arched lintels and cornices and fluted cavetto sill brackets extending below continuous sill band. Cyma recta cornice. Ridge ventilators. End pavilions: single storey; ashlar rusticated quoin strips; segmental-arched window in eared and voluted-shouldered ashlar surround with cornice and fluted cyma recta sill brackets extending below sill band. Cyma recta cornice. Hipped roofs. Inside quadrangle, opposite entrance: 2 storey, 4- bay block, with single-storey wing projecting forward from second and third bays. Wing: rusticated quoin strips; central cross window in ashlar surround; gable treated as pediment supported on paired cavetto brackets and with clock by Benson, London in tympanum. Main block: quoins; on ground floor in first and fourth bays, round-arched carriageways; band; first-floor 2-light flat-faced mullion windows; eaves band; central eaves stack; hipped roof. Left side range, centre block: 2 storeys, 4 bays; quoins; centre 2 bays project with ground-floor arched openings and 3-light mullion window above. Right side range, centre block: 2 storeys, 4 bays; quoins; centre 2 bays project with a 2-light mullion window with voluted shoulders on each floor, sill band; arched ground-floor openings in first and fourth bays. Stable ranges forming rest of quadrangle: single storey; openings with ashlar surrounds, segmental-arched lintels, windows having bracketed sills, voluted shoulders and ears. Eaves band. Hipped roofs. The stable block cost £10,345 to build and replaced the John Carr stables nearer the hall, which were converted into a chapel and servants' quarters. Harris J, "The Dundas Empire", Apollo Magazine, September 1967.

Listing NGR: NZ1790703703

Selected Sources

Books and journals
'Apollo' in Apollo - September, (1967)

National Grid Reference: NZ 17907 03703

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