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Former Stables and Coach House and Linking Wall and Mounting Block to the South West of Foxwold

A Grade II Listed Building in Brasted, Kent

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.2616 / 51°15'41"N

Longitude: 0.0974 / 0°5'50"E

OS Eastings: 546436

OS Northings: 153476

OS Grid: TQ464534

Mapcode National: GBR LLP.TNZ

Mapcode Global: VHHPQ.MKV5

Plus Code: 9F32736W+MX

Entry Name: Former Stables and Coach House and Linking Wall and Mounting Block to the South West of Foxwold

Listing Date: 29 October 2001

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1389465

English Heritage Legacy ID: 488147

Location: Brasted, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN16

County: Kent

Civil Parish: Brasted

Traditional County: Kent

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent

Church of England Parish: Brasted St Martin

Church of England Diocese: Rochester

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Description

BRASTED

771/0/10076 Former stables, coach house, linking w
29-OCT-00 all and mounting block to the south we
st of Foxwold

GV II

Former stables and coach house and linking wall with mounting block. 1883 by Sir Alexander Stenning in a Vernacular Revival style. Comprises a north and a south wing linked by a wall incorporating mounting block.
EXTERIOR: South wing has a ground floor of red brick in Flemish bond and a first floor either tile-hung or timber-framed with plastered infill. Tiled roof with two tall brick chimneystacks and an octagonal cupola, the base of lead, louvred wood above and ogee-shaped roof with metal weathervane. North side has penticed verandah supported on two cast iron columns. To right are two conjoined gables, close-studded, with curved braces and two mullioned and transomed casements. Below are three wooden double doors to former coach house. To the left the ground floor is of brick with four-light mullioned and transomed window. Projecting wing to left has close-studding to gable, tile-hanging to first floor with former hoist to hayloft. Ground floor has corner five-light mullioned and transomed window. Return has gable with close-studding and triple mullioned window. Rear or south elevation has ground floor of red brick, tile-hung first floor and four mullioned windows. Attached by a red brick wall incorporating a curve and built-in mounting block is the north wing, former stables. This is of one storey brick with tiled roof and two close-studded and tiled gables. There are three mullioned and transomed windows with stable door to right and double door to left.
INTERIOR: South wing has a tack room with boarded walls, cupboard, firegrate and brick floor. Hayloft and accommodation to upper floor. North wing retains two stalls with wooden partition, the upper part of the walls is tiled and there are cast iron feed baskets.


Listing NGR: TQ4643853475

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