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Cart Shed/Stable/Granary Ranges at Camerton Hall Farm Approximately 120 Metres South of Chestnut Lodge

A Grade II Listed Building in Thorngumbald, East Riding of Yorkshire

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Latitude: 53.7167 / 53°43'0"N

Longitude: -0.1569 / 0°9'24"W

OS Eastings: 521726

OS Northings: 426053

OS Grid: TA217260

Mapcode National: GBR WTBG.TD

Mapcode Global: WHHGZ.KVH2

Plus Code: 9C5XPR8V+M6

Entry Name: Cart Shed/Stable/Granary Ranges at Camerton Hall Farm Approximately 120 Metres South of Chestnut Lodge

Listing Date: 21 May 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1083442

English Heritage Legacy ID: 166671

Location: Thorngumbald, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU12

County: East Riding of Yorkshire

Civil Parish: Thorngumbald

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): East Riding of Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Thorngumbald St Mary

Church of England Diocese: York

Tagged with: Granary Carriage house

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TA 22 NW
(south side, off)

4/24 Cart-shed/stable/granary
ranges at Camerton Hall
Farm approximately 120
metres south of Chestnut

- II
Cart-shed/stable/granary ranges. Late C18 for Edward Ombler, with C19
alterations and addition in north-west angle. Brown brick with pantile
roofs. L-shaped on plan, forms north and west sides of foldyard; north
range contains cart-shed to east, stables to west; west range contains
stables with cart-shed outshut on east side. 2 storeys. West range, west
side: 8 first-floor openings. Central segmental-arched waggon entrance with
double board doors on strap hinges. To left, a stable door with 3-pane
overlight and a similar door flanked by a sash and a blind window panel,
both with basket arches. Similar openings to right of waggon entrance, but
with 15-pane casement. Small rectangular first-floor hatches, 4 with board
doors, one with a 4-pane casement and 2 with doors missing. Stepped eaves.
Roof hipped to left. East side, facing foldyard, has 2 segmental-headed
ground-floor hatches to right, a pair of hatches above, and a 6-bay arcade
to cart-shed outshut on left, with elliptical arches on square brick piers
with rounded angles, the left bay with C20 blocking. North range, north
side: 12 first-floor openings. To left, a 5-bay cart-shed section with mid
C19 cast-iron columns carrying a continuous timber lintel, and a board door
with blind overlight panel beneath segmental arch. To right, a stable door
and 4-pane overlight beneath a segmental arch, flanked by single blind
basket-arched window panels, and 4 small breathers to each side. First
floor: central board door beneath raised eaves, flanked by hatches with
boord doors on strap hinges. Stepped eaves. Tumbled-in brick to raised
gables. Section to right angle has segmental-headed ground-floor window,
single first-floor hatch, single-flue stack corbelled-out to corner, hipped
roof. Left gable end has segmental-headed stable door, diamond-shaped
breather to ground floor, hatch to first floor. South side: 10-bay arcade
of round arches with recessed blocking, containing 2 stable doors and 3
part-glazed wooden ventilator hatches to left, inserted door to right; 11
first-floor hatches similar to north side, most with board doors. Interior
of west range contains stalls with keyed segmental archivolts on square
piers. Not fully investigated. Adjoining ranges to east and south are not
of special interest. Formed part of the large farmyard to Camerton Hall,
now demolished.

Listing NGR: TA2172626053

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