Listed Building: OUTER STABLE BLOCK, BARN AND ATTACHED BUILDINGS (1376653)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 1259, 4, 15
Date assigned Tuesday, January 6, 1987
Date last amended

Description

Stables, barn, brewhouse, smithy and ancillary buildings. Early C19, one range dated 1804. Red brick with plain tile roofs. Brick coped gables with plain kneelers and two ridge stacks to smithy. Two L-ranges set in sequence. One and two storeys. Southern range forms a courtyard with the separately listed stable block and riding school. Two storey smithy and dovecote flanked by lean-to stable ranges. South elevation: Smithy has two broad basket arches, the left hand one encompassing a door and window, the right hand one just a window. No openings above. to the left, window and door repeated three times, all with segmental arches. To the right a doorway with flat arch, a window and a door with segment heads. Two storey return range to south east. West elevation has four bays of alternating doors and windows with segment heads. The right hand bay projects and is gabled, with blind segment headed doorway and circular pitching eye above. East elevation has an irregular six bays of segment headed windows interspersed by four round- arched doorways. Four segment headed shuttered openings above. Datestone inscribed Novr llth 1804. Northern L-range consists of a barn on the north side with single storey range to south east. East elevation has irregular three windows and doors, all with segment heads. West elevation, to crew yard, has a five bay colonnade with walls to two-thirds height, returning, with various lean-tos behind the smithy. The barn has tall double doors to south and three other doorways with segmental arches. Three tiers of cross breathers. To the north the full height cart entrance has been widened in C20. Three square pitching openings and three tiers of cross breathers. A stone coped wall encloses the west side of the crew yard. Listing NGR: SK3668222728

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Location

Grid reference SK 36682 22728 (point)
Map sheet SK32SE
Civil Parish CALKE, SOUTH DERBYSHIRE, DERBYSHIRE

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Sep 19 2014 4:47PM

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