DOVECOTE AND STABLES TO REAR OF NO 9 SWAN STREET (FORMING PREMISES OF M.A. MORRIS AND OF J.H.M. BUTT LTD)

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1151549
Date first listed:
11-Jan-1988
Statutory Address:
DOVECOTE AND STABLES TO REAR OF NO 9 SWAN STREET (FORMING PREMISES OF M.A. MORRIS AND OF J.H.M. BUTT LTD), SWAN STREET

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Location

Statutory Address:
DOVECOTE AND STABLES TO REAR OF NO 9 SWAN STREET (FORMING PREMISES OF M.A. MORRIS AND OF J.H.M. BUTT LTD), SWAN STREET

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

District:
Doncaster (Metropolitan Authority)
Parish:
Bawtry
National Grid Reference:
SK 65198 92879

Details

SK69SE BAWTRY SWAN STREET (north side) 10/36 Dovecote and stables to - rear of No 9 Swan Street (forming premises of M. A. Morris and of J. H. M. Butt Ltd) GV II Dovecote and stable block, now store and commercial premises. c1800, altered. Red brick in English garden wall bond, sheet asbestos roof. 3-storey, 1-bay dovecote with narrow, 2-storey side bays forming links to 2-storey wings which project forward (that on right by 3 bays, that on left by a + bay). Dovecote: central, boarded stable door and overlight beneath shallow wedge lintel; square window opening on left and bricked-up opening on right with low segmental arch. 1st floor: bricked up central window with projecting sill and wedge lintel. 2nd floor: band beneath lunette with deep sill and C20 casement window. Dentilled band beneath gable with blind oculus. Side bay, set back on left, has inserted garage doors below an iron casement with glazing bars and wedge lintel; attached wing on left has a C20 casement and gabled end and has a doorway in its short right return. Side bay, set back on right of dovecote, has garage doors beneath lst-floor loading door. Wing on right (premises of J. H. M. Butt Ltd): altered ground floor openings on its left return set beneath a central loading door flanked by C20 casements all with wedge lintels; dentilled eaves and hipped front end to roof. Interior: stable beneath dovecote has cobbled floor and 3 round-arched feeding-rack recesses; dovecote is lined with brick nesting holes. Originally formed part of courtyard buildings to the Swan Hotel (demolished). Addition to front of right-hand wing not of special interest. Photographs in NMR.

Listing NGR: SK6520392891

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
334736
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

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

End of official listing

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Date: 28 May 2003
Reference: IOE01/10764/07
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr David Clayton. Source Historic England Archive
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