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Listed Building: STABLING AT BOWDEN HALL (1088048)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 178, 4, 7
Date assigned Friday, April 21, 1967
Date last amended


SK 08 SE TOWN OF CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH BOWDEN LANE 4/7 (South Side) 21.4.67 Stabling at Bowden Hall GV II Stable block. Early CI9. coursed, squared, gritstone. Ashlar dressings and rusticated quoins. Hipped slate roof with leaded side ridges and stone top ridge. Stone ridge stacks with decorative bands. Off-centre bellcote, domed top with ball and steeple finial, set on four thin wooden posts. Three storeys, L-plan, five bays. West elevation - four window range with advanced northern bay. Main range has five blocked rectangular openings with inset semi-ovoid windows. Small pane fenestration. Between southernmost windows, a high doorcase with quoin surround. Plank door with plain fanlight over. Similar, smaller door between northermost windows. Set slightly off-centre double plank doors in segmentally headed arch. Rising from all but middle window, four partly blind openings. Small paned fixed windows in top of openings, except one which has glazed door. Above, four small paned windows. Centrally placed clock face with chamfered stone surround just below eaves. Northern bay has blank west wall. considerable quantity of original bottle glass survives in the windows. Listing NGR: SK0676781761

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Grid reference SK 06767 81761 (point)
Map sheet SK08SE

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Jul 11 2007 3:44PM

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