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Courtyard Stables, Entrance Arch and Tower to Former Haveringland Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Haveringland, Norfolk

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Latitude: 52.7469 / 52°44'48"N

Longitude: 1.1889 / 1°11'20"E

OS Eastings: 615332

OS Northings: 321350

OS Grid: TG153213

Mapcode National: GBR VDR.TMC

Mapcode Global: WHLRW.77D1

Plus Code: 9F43P5WQ+PH

Entry Name: Courtyard Stables, Entrance Arch and Tower to Former Haveringland Hall

Listing Date: 4 May 1994

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1250809

English Heritage Legacy ID: 433286

Location: Haveringland, Broadland, Norfolk, NR10

County: Norfolk

Civil Parish: Haveringland

Traditional County: Norfolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Norfolk

Church of England Parish: Cawston St Agnes

Church of England Diocese: Norwich

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5/10001 Courtyard Stables, Entrance Arch
and Tower to former Haveringland Hall


Stables, partly converted to house. Circa 1840, by Edward Blore for Edward Fellowes of Haveringland
Hall [demolished]. Red brick in Flemish bond; buff brick dressings and gateway. Turreted gateway in
an Italianate style to west side. 2-storey range to south side converted to house in 1993. High enclosing
walls to east and north with fragmentary evidence for buildings on their inner sides. Entrance: Tall
round-headed archway flanked by broad rusticated buff brick piers. Arch springs from moulded imposts
and has pair of raised brick edging bands terminating in lion-head keystone. Above arch. piers die into
slightly projecting frieze with modillioned base. Modillioned triangular pediment above this. On
courtyard side, rustication of piers angles back into voussoirs of plainer arch. Modillioned triangular
pediment above arch. Square 2-stage turret set towards west end of archway. Buff brick in Flemish
bond. Lower stage has doubly-recessed panel with central oculus and moulded modillioned cornice.
Upper stage has two open round-headed arches to each elevation with moulded rendered imposts,
bands and keystones. Modillioned buff brick cornice, pyramidal roof missing. West elevation flanking
gateway: Red brick walls in Flemish bond, set back slightly from gateway. Moulded brick cornice
below buff brick balustrade at approximately same height as arch head. West gable end of south
courtyard range rises above wall and breaks forward slightly; red brick, with strongly rusticated buff
brick Gibbs surround to deep ground-floor and smaller first-floor windows. Hipped slate roof South
elevation of range has C20 sash windows. Courtyard Elevation has buff brick Gibbs surround to tall
doorways, at least 2 recessed multi-paned windows with splayed rubbed red brick voussoirs and 2
smaller first-floor windows. Evidence for single-storey gabled range abutting courtyard side of west
boundary wall between south range and gateway. Red brick remains of similar building still abuts north
side of gateway. Patches of York stone and granite slabs remain in courtyard. A rare example of Blore's;
Italianate style. Haveringland Hall itself was built in 1839-43 by Blore for Edward Fellowes, and
demolished in 1946. SOURCE: Colvin, H., A Biographical Dictionary of British Architects 1600-1840

Listing NGR: TG1533221350

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