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Shelton Hall and Adjoining Dwellings the Stables 1 and 2 and the Ostlers

A Grade II Listed Building in Shelton, Nottinghamshire

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Latitude: 52.9932 / 52°59'35"N

Longitude: -0.84 / 0°50'24"W

OS Eastings: 477954

OS Northings: 344618

OS Grid: SK779446

Mapcode National: GBR BL7.BG0

Mapcode Global: WHFJ2.2174

Plus Code: 9C4XX5V5+7X

Entry Name: Shelton Hall and Adjoining Dwellings the Stables 1 and 2 and the Ostlers

Listing Date: 14 November 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1243816

English Heritage Legacy ID: 448168

Location: Shelton, Rushcliffe, Nottinghamshire, NG23

County: Nottinghamshire

Civil Parish: Shelton

Traditional County: Nottinghamshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Nottinghamshire

Church of England Parish: Shelton

Church of England Diocese: Southwell and Nottingham

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SK 74 SE
(north west side)
5/142 Shelton Hall and
adjoining dwellings
The Stables 1 + 2
and The Ostlers


Country house and adjoining stables, now flats and dwellings.
Late C18 and mid and late C19. Brick, partly stuccoed. Hipped
and gabled slate and concrete tile roofs. Stone plinth. Deep
eaves. 8 single ridge stacks. 2 and 3 storeys. 5 bays wide by
8 unequal bays deep. Windows are mostly glazing bar sashes, and
casements with segmental heads. Front has at each end, coped
flanking wall with ball finial. Central C20 glazed door with
patterned lintel. Flanked by 3 sashes. Beyond, to left, door
with wooden lintel. Above, 5 sashes. Above again, 5 smaller
sashes. North east side has to left, canted hipped outbuilding.
To its right, French window. To right again, service building
with casement and door with overlight. Fenestration to right,
C20. Above, to left, 3 sashes. Above again, 2 smaller sashes.
South west side has to left, double depth rear wing, mid C19,
with openings with segmental heads. To left, French window with
over light. To right, 2 Yorkshire sashes. Above, to right, a
sash. Above again, 2 sashes, that to right double. To right
again, loggia, mid C19, with 4 Doric piers carrying wooden lintel
and brick parapet with ball finials. Inside, 4 plaster panels
with figures. To left, door with late C18 fanlight. Rear
elevation has to left, projecting dressing room on brick pier.
To right, housekeeper's room with sash and door. Above, central
sash. Above again, 2 sashes. Above again, 3 sashes. The
Stables and adjoining outbuildings, single storey, have to south
west, to left, a sash. To its right, 2 sashes flanked by single
doors. To right again, 2 small sashes. To their right doorway
with wooden lintel, and beyond, 3 sashes flanked by single doors.
Beyond again, a casement and a door. Most openings have
segmental heads. The Ostlers has to left, single storey
projecting hipped bay with casement. To its right, door and
casement. To right again, 2 storey carriage house has 2 large
carriage openings with double doors and elliptical heads. To
right, C20 door and casement. Above, central clock opening
flanked by single casements. Remaining fenestration late C20 in
matching style. Interior has moulded stone cantilevered dogleg
stair with landing. Arched iron balusters and ramped scrolled
handrail. Principal rooms have elaborate modillioned cornices.
Drawing room has alcove containing overmantel mirror flanked by
single round headed niches. Large early C19 register grate in
Gothick style, with moulded marble surround and relief panel.

Listing NGR: SK7795444618

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