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Stable Court Waldershare Park the Mews, Stable Court

A Grade II Listed Building in Shepherdswell with Coldred, Kent

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Latitude: 51.1858 / 51°11'8"N

Longitude: 1.2756 / 1°16'32"E

OS Eastings: 629002

OS Northings: 148053

OS Grid: TR290480

Mapcode National: GBR W0T.R8T

Mapcode Global: VHLH4.2G69

Plus Code: 9F3357PG+86

Entry Name: Stable Court Waldershare Park the Mews, Stable Court

Listing Date: 11 October 1963

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1263887

English Heritage Legacy ID: 429275

Location: Shepherdswell with Coldred, Dover, Kent, CT15

County: Kent

Civil Parish: Shepherdswell with Coldred

Traditional County: Kent

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent

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TR 24 NE
6/126 Stable Court,
Waldershare Park
11.10.63 (Nos.1-7, The Mews)


Stable courtyard, now flats. 1705-1712, for Sir Henry Furnese, attributed
William Talman, altered 1913 by Sir Reginald Blomfield, and late C20. Red
brick and slate roof. Originally a complete courtyard, now only 2 sides
survive, the third, to north, with a reset carriage gateway. Entrance
front: 2 storeys with brick pedimented pavilions at left and at right
with central projection with triple keyed carriage arch on imposts, rendered
cornice to open pediment, with an open arcaded and leaded ogee-domed cupola.
Clock face and inscription in central pediment: DISCE VIVERE. Twelve
glazing bar sashes on first floor, and 3 on pavilion ground floor to right
with sunk panels between the 2 storeys, 2 with central boarded door to left,
with round headed glazing bar sash in re-entrant to main range. Four
carriage arches, now infilled with panelled doors and glazing bar sashes,
with glazed segments. Gauged surrounds with triple keyed heads with raised
voussoirs. Range fronting main house of 11 bays, the windows set in recessed
panels. Interior the left projecting wing with further, infilled, double
height carriage entries with brick pilasters, keyed gauged arch and frieze.
The end walls of both pavilions show signs of rebuilding, probably after
1913. Third side of courtyard closed with wall, about 8 feet high, with
offset buttresses and piers with ball finials, the wall swept to open
pediment on pilaster-quoins, with keyed gauged arch and simple double wrought
iron gates, with pedestrian gate to right.

Listing NGR: TR2916748213

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