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Stable Block, Adjacent Pump and Attached Hen House at Syerston Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Syerston, Nottinghamshire

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Latitude: 53.0237 / 53°1'25"N

Longitude: -0.8999 / 0°53'59"W

OS Eastings: 473887

OS Northings: 347942

OS Grid: SK738479

Mapcode National: GBR BKS.FB4

Mapcode Global: WHFHV.48R9

Plus Code: 9C5X24F2+F3

Entry Name: Stable Block, Adjacent Pump and Attached Hen House at Syerston Hall

Listing Date: 16 January 1967

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1178904

English Heritage Legacy ID: 242041

Location: Syerston, Newark and Sherwood, Nottinghamshire, NG23

County: Nottinghamshire

District: Newark and Sherwood

Civil Parish: Syerston

Traditional County: Nottinghamshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Nottinghamshire

Tagged with: Stable

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SK 74 NW DRIVE (south side)
Stable block,
adjacent pump and
16.1.67 attached hen house
at Syerston Hall
Stable block, adjacent pump and attached hen house. c.1800. Red
brick. Hipped slate roof. Dentil eaves. Set on a plinth.
Single storey, 10 bays. The central 2 bays of 2 storeys slightly
project and are gabled with an ashlar pediment formed in the
gable. The outer 2 bays on each side project. 2 central
segmental arched coach doorways. Either side are single
similarly wider arched recessed porches. The right porch with 3
inner doorways each with panelled door. The left porch has 3
inner doorways, the central doorway with panelled door and
glazing bar Yorkshire sash overlight. Further left and right are
single glazing bar sashes. The projecting bays each have 2 tall
round arched blind recessed panels. The right side has a single
glazing bar sash in the right panel and in the left panel a blind
recessed window opening, both under segmental arches. The side
wall of the left projecting bays has 2 similar panels the right
with doorway with panelled door and the left with single glazing
bar sash both under cambered arches. The side wall of the right
bays has 2 similar open panels. Inner doorway with panelled door
under cambered arch and to the left a similar blocked doorway.
The east side of this wing has 4 similar blind arches, the
central 2 with single glazing bar sashes and the outer with
single blind recessed panels, all under cambered arches. Above,
2 small blocked window openings under cambered arches, pediment
with single clock face. 4 metres in front is a late C19
decorative cast iron water pump. Attached to the left, lying
behind the projecting bays, is the early C19 red brick hen house
with hipped slate roof and wide eaves overhang. One and a half
storeys, 9 bays. Central large cambered arched recessed porch
with inner wooden imperial stair and single doorways on each
floor of each side. Either side are single wooden louvred
openings with glazing bar overlights, single doorways, single
similar louvred openings and single doorways, all under segmental
arches. Projecting from the left is a similar wing with 2
doorways under segmental arches in the side wall. The side wall
of the stable block has a single small louvred opening with
glazing bar overlight under a segmental arch. To the right is a
round arched recessed porch with inner doorways to centre and
left. Above are 4 wooden louvred openings under cambered
arches. Interior of first floor of stable block has some C17
decorative wooden panelling.

Listing NGR: SK7388747942

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