STABLE BLOCK AND ATTACHED COTTAGE AND PUMP AT STOKE HALL

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1302520
Date first listed:
16-Jan-1967
Date of most recent amendment:
13-Mar-1986
Statutory Address:
STABLE BLOCK AND ATTACHED COTTAGE AND PUMP AT STOKE HALL, STOKE HALL DRIVE

Map

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Location

Statutory Address:
STABLE BLOCK AND ATTACHED COTTAGE AND PUMP AT STOKE HALL, STOKE HALL DRIVE

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

County:
Nottinghamshire
District:
Newark and Sherwood (District Authority)
Parish:
East Stoke
National Grid Reference:
SK 74856 50101

Details

EAST STOKE STOKE HALL DRIVE SK 75 SW (south side) 2/20 Stable block and attached cottage and pump at Stoke 16,1.67 Hall (formerly listed as stable block at East Stoke Hall) G.V. II Stable block and attached cottage and pump, part now converted to domestic use. Early C19, probably by Lewis Wyatt. Inner courtyard of painted red brick. Hipped slate roofs. Remains of 6 red brick stacks to the 2 storey ranges. Moulded eaves bands. Set on a plinth. 2 and single storey. Hexagonal-plan. First floor band, damaged at the north side. West side 2 storeys, 3 bays, topped with a pediment. Central large arched carriageway with keyblock and continuous impost bands, outer arched double plank door. Either side are single arched doorways each with plank door and fanlight above and 2 casements under segmental arches. Projecting at an obtuse angle from the left is a single storey 5 bay wing with central doorway with plank door. Either side are 2 casements, all openings under segmental arches. Extending from this at an obtuse angle is a further single storey 7 bay range, having a single casement and to the left a doorway with plank door, 2 casements, a similar doorway and door, a single casement and on the far left a smaller doorway with plank door. All under segmental arches. Projecting from the right of the west wing at an obtuse angle is a 2 storey, 3 bay range having a carriage archway with arched double plank door. To the right is a similar archway now part blocked and containing a single glazing bar sash, further right in a blocked domestic doorway with segmental arch is a single glazing bar Yorkshire sash. Above are 3 casements under segmental arches. Projecting at an obtuse angle from the right is a further 2 storey, 7 bay range having 2 similar carriage archways and doors, to the right is a single casement, a doorway with plank door, a single casement, a similar doorway with plank door and a single casement. Above are 5 casements. All under segmental arches. Projecting at a right angle from this wing and forming the hexagon with the single storey wings is a 2 storey, 5 bay range with central wooden clock tower with remains of single clock face to each side, this is supported on a rectangular platform with pediment to west and east sides and is surmounted by an arched wood and lead cupola containing a bell and topped with a weather vane. To the left is a tall rectangular woodenlouvred ventilator with lead roof. Central carriage archway with arched double plank door. To the right are 2 wider archways with arched double plank doors. To the left is a carriage archway, now part blocked with glass and wood and with glazed double door. Further left is a large C20 fixed light under segmental arch, traversing both floors. Above, single central tripartite opening having wooden planks under and fixed lights and single C20 central casement over the single wooden transom. To the right are 2 casements. All casements are pivotal and have glazing bars. Adjacent to the left side of this wing is a wood, iron and lead pump with shaped ashlar trough. The west wall of the west range is also topped with a pediment. Attached to the north front is the 2 storey, 3 bay cottage with left red brick gable stack and dentil eaves. 3 glazing bar Yorkshire sashes with 3 glazing bar sashes above, all under segmental arches. To the right, slightly set back is a one and a half storey, 3 bay wing with dentil eaves. Single glazing bar Yorkshire sash, to the right is a doorway with plank door, further right is a doorway with plank door and overlight flanked by single glazed slit ventilators, sash and doorways are under segmental arches. Above right is a single glazing bar Yorkshire sash lacking most of glazing.

Listing NGR: SK7485650101

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
241972
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.

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