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Stableblock, Circa 80 Metres North-East of Ormesby Hall

A Grade I Listed Building in Ormesby, Redcar and Cleveland

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.5439 / 54°32'38"N

Longitude: -1.1821 / 1°10'55"W

OS Eastings: 453010

OS Northings: 516822

OS Grid: NZ530168

Mapcode National: GBR NH5W.WX

Mapcode Global: WHD76.T18X

Entry Name: Stableblock, Circa 80 Metres North-East of Ormesby Hall

Listing Date: 5 May 1952

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1139662

English Heritage Legacy ID: 60278

Location: Redcar and Cleveland, TS7

County: Redcar and Cleveland

Electoral Ward/Division: Ormesby

Built-Up Area: Middlesbrough

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Ormesby St Cuthbert

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

ORMESBY CHURCH LANE
NZ 51 NW
west side (off)
6/25 Stableblock, c.80m north-
5.5.52 east of Ormesby Hall
G.V. I

Stable block c.1770, possibly by John Carr for Sir James Pennyman. Mid C19
porch and rear extensions to south-east range. Chevron-tooled dressed
sandstone. Lakeland slate roofs. On 4 sides of courtyard. Entrance front
in south-west range : 2 storeys, 9 bays with 3-bay slightly-projecting
pedimented centre. Central round-headed passage opening with archivolt,
holds wood part-panelled, part-barred, double gates. Windows in
round-headed openings, with archivolts, plain impost bands and sills, on
ground floor, those in 2nd and 8th bays in blind round-headed openings with
voussoirs. Architraves and plain sills to square windows on first floor.
All windows sashes with glazing bars, renewed at right on ground floor.
Modillion eaves cornice. Low-pitched hipped roof has central short tower
with clock faces on all sides, Tuscan angle colonnettes and nowy cornice.
Tuscan cupola has partly-fluted ogee saucer dome with ball finial and
weather vane. Drum holds bell. Single-bay returns have similar blind
openings with blocked windows on ground floor and sash windows in
architraves on first floor. 7-bay courtyard front has 4 blind lunettes
above impost band flanking entrance. Plain first-floor window surrounds;
external stair with iron handrail, and panelled first-floor door in end
bays. Other ranges fronting courtyard: North-west range has central 3-bay
stable flanked by lower 2-bay tack rooms. Stable has 6-panel door in
architrave under pulvinated frieze and cornice, tack rooms have plain door
surrounds. Sash windows with glazing bars; moulded eaves cornices and
hipped roofs. Opposite range similar, but stable altered to coach house
mid/late C19, with 6-panel double doors under fanlights with thick glazing
bars. Tack room at left converted to cottage with lean-to porch. Central
range: 5-bay coach house with slightly-projecting 3-bay centre. Central
round-headed passage opening, with similar gates, flanked by similar
doorways holding 6-panel double doors and panelled tympana. Plain imposts
and archivolts. End 6-panel doors in architraves under pulvinated frieze
and cornice. Eaves cornice and hipped roof. Similar rear elevation.
Lean-to rear extensions to south-east range. Cobbled and scoria-block yard.
Pointed tunnel-vaulted passage through south-west range, with doorways in
architraves under cornices. Tunnel-vaulted passage through north-east
range, rendered and scored to imitate ashlar. Main range has king-post roof
trusses and butt purlins. South east range has 5-bay round-headed blind
arcade with wood architraves and moulded imposts holding hay racks.


Listing NGR: NZ5301016822

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

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