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Stable Block, Stable House and Coach House, 200 Metres South East of Skelton Castle

A Grade I Listed Building in Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Redcar and Cleveland

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Latitude: 54.5629 / 54°33'46"N

Longitude: -0.992 / 0°59'31"W

OS Eastings: 465278

OS Northings: 519100

OS Grid: NZ652191

Mapcode National: GBR PHJP.12

Mapcode Global: WHF87.QKTV

Plus Code: 9C6XH275+56

Entry Name: Stable Block, Stable House and Coach House, 200 Metres South East of Skelton Castle

Listing Date: 25 May 1966

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1250412

English Heritage Legacy ID: 432754

Location: Skelton and Brotton, Redcar and Cleveland, TS12

County: Redcar and Cleveland

Civil Parish: Skelton and Brotton

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Skelton with Upleatham All Saints

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

(off west side), Skelton

3/35 Stable block, Stable
House and coach house,
25.5.66 200m. south-
east of Skelton Castle.

G.V. I

Stables and coach house c.1800 by Sir John Soane; stables altered and raised
1897 to form house. Dressed sandstone with tooled margins; Lakeland slate
roofs. "U"-plan stable range, house at west end of south wing, coach house
on west side of courtyard. Courtyard frontage of stables: 2-storey, 5-bay
centre block has central, wide, full-height, segment-headed opening with
voussoirs and impost bands; flanked by shallow, round-headed recesses with
voussoirs, holding Diocletian windows with hopper lights and glazing bars.
Sashes with glazing bars and stone sills on first floor. Recessed behind
central opening, is a segment-headed carriage opening,under wide
segment-headed, fixed-light window with glazing bars, flanked by 6-panelled
doors under large overlights with glazing bars. Round-headed doorways with
6-panelled doors and fanlights with glazing bars, in reveals of main
opening. Moulded eaves cornice. Hipped roof has 3 ornamental metal
ventilation cowls on east slope. 2-bay wings to right and left, attached to
6-bay north and south projecting wings. All are single-storey, and have
similar round-headed openings and recesses with boarded doors, fanlights and
Diocletian windows. Hipped roofs have similar ventilation cowls. The 3
westernmost bays of south wing now a 2-storey house. Coach house: 2
storeys, 3 bays to east and west sides. Full-height round-headed openings
with voussoirs and impost bands. Boarded double doors in east side, blocked
on west side. The tympana on both sides are partly blocked and hold
louvred, segment-headed openings on first floor. Hipped roof and corniced
external end stacks with pediments above eaves. Single-storey, one-bay
wings to left and right, have round-headed openings holding boarded doors,
fanlights with glazing bars and sash windows with glazing bars. Ornamental
metal lantern on top of gatepier attached to south face of north wing of
stables. Courtyard paved with chamfered bricks. Single-storey extension to
east side of stables, and outbuildings to south and east, are not of

Listing NGR: NZ6527819100

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

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