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Stanton's Mill and Adjoining Outbuildings

A Grade II Listed Building in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.1482 / 53°8'53"N

Longitude: -1.1865 / 1°11'11"W

OS Eastings: 454505

OS Northings: 361540

OS Grid: SK545615

Mapcode National: GBR 8F6.LVL

Mapcode Global: WHDFZ.R46B

Entry Name: Stanton's Mill and Adjoining Outbuildings

Listing Date: 21 March 1994

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1213720

English Heritage Legacy ID: 391661

Location: Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, NG18

County: Nottinghamshire

District: Mansfield

Town: Mansfield

Electoral Ward/Division: Carr Bank

Built-Up Area: Mansfield

Traditional County: Nottinghamshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Nottinghamshire

Church of England Parish: Mansfield St Peter and St Paul

Church of England Diocese: Southwell and Nottingham

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Listing Text


MANSFIELD

SK5461 BATH LANE
924-1/6/5 (South side)
Stanton's Mill and adjoining
outbuildings

II

Former water-powered textile mill, now workshops, and
adjoining outbuildings. Late C18 and early C19, with C19 and
late C20 alterations and additions. Probably for the fourth
Duke of Portland, who established several such mills in the
area.
Coursed rubble with stone dressings, and concrete tile,
corrugated asbestos and hipped slate roofs. Windows are mainly
C20 top hung casements in original segment-headed openings.
Late C18 block, to south, 3 storeys; 8-window range, has
regular fenestration. At the rear, several of the first- and
second-floor windows are boarded. Basement has 2 wheel
openings with concrete lintel and piers, with 3 small blocked
openings above them. To left, 3 windows.
Larger early C19 block, to north, has steeper pitched roof. 3
storeys plus basement and garret; 13-window range. Regular
fenestration above the basement. Basement has to right a large
sliding door, flanked to left by 4 windows, one of them
altered, and to right by a C20 door and another window. North
gable has a garret window.
To north again, a largely rebuilt block, 2 storeys plus
basement; 3-window range, with flat roof. First floor has 2
windows to left, and door to right. Sliding door to basement.
To north-east, former office building with hipped roof and
brick side wall stack. 3 storeys; 3-window range. Windows
mainly late C20, some of them with projecting surrounds.
Central plain painted stone doorcase.
Rear elevation, to Bath Lane, has to left 2 small 2-light
casements with below a boarded door to left. To right, a
single-storey flat-roofed link with a C20 casement and to
right, a double board door with overlight.
To right again, a single-storey stable with hipped slate roof.
Central round-arched door flanked to left by a board door and
to right by a boarded and blocked cart entrance with wooden
lintel.
Probably the oldest of the textile mills in Mansfield.
(Buildings of England: Pevsner N & Williamson E: Buildings of
England: Harmondsworth: 1979-: 173).


Listing NGR: SK5450561540

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