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Latitude: 51.3363 / 51°20'10"N
Longitude: -0.7725 / 0°46'21"W
OS Eastings: 485603
OS Northings: 160401
OS Grid: SU856604
Mapcode National: GBR D8S.3J8
Mapcode Global: VHDXH.KNGZ
Entry Name: College Farm, Attached Stable and Store, Royal Military Academy
Listing Date: 8 July 1998
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1390367
English Heritage Legacy ID: 489350
Location: Sandhurst, Bracknell Forest, GU15
County: Bracknell Forest
Civil Parish: Sandhurst
Built-Up Area: Camberley
Traditional County: Berkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Berkshire
Church of England Parish: Sandhurst
Church of England Diocese: Oxford
SU86SE LONDON ROAD
674-1/18/299 (North West side)
08/07/98 College Farm, attached stable and
store, Royal Military Academy
Barn, converted to a pair of semi-detached houses, now office,
stable and store (cart house). Mid C18, altered early C19 and
MATERIALS: Flemish bond brick with brick lateral stacks and
PLAN: back-to-back, each a single depth plan.
EXTERIOR: each 2 storey, 3-window range. Road front has
shallow gable with left-of-centre segmental arched doorway
with plate glass fanlight and boarded door, with wide
segmental arched windows either side with triple casements and
horizontal glazing bars, first floor mid C20 3-light casements
either side of small early C19 segmental arched 2-light
casement, with 3-light casement lunette beneath ridge. Late
C19 2 storey lean-to extension to right has doorway, and 2
small windows beneath eaves to side. Rear gable to opposite
house similar, with segmental arched rubbed brick heads to
early C19 8/8-pane sashes in shallow recessed frames, in
middle is shallow first floor oriel with raking roof and a
6/6-pane sash. Doorway not visible at time of inspection.
INTERIOR: not inspected.
SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: attached English bond brick stable to
right of single storey with left-hand segmental arched stable
door and right-hand 3-light window, inside are 3 stalls, and
collared roof. Attached left-hand Flemish bond cart house with
HISTORY: possibly part of the estate bought from William Pitt
when Sandhurst was established in 1802. Of interest for
unusual plan, as a back-to-back house, with its ancillary
buildings, now forming part of the Academy.
(Country Life: Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst: London:
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