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Entrance range to stable yard at St Brides Castle

A Grade II Listed Building in Marloes and St. Brides (Marloes a Sain Ffrêd), Pembrokeshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.7513 / 51°45'4"N

Longitude: -5.1947 / 5°11'40"W

OS Eastings: 179588

OS Northings: 210673

OS Grid: SM795106

Mapcode National: GBR G2.FZMQ

Mapcode Global: VH0V6.X74T

Plus Code: 9C3PQR24+G4

Entry Name: Entrance range to stable yard at St Brides Castle

Listing Date: 29 October 1979

Last Amended: 23 February 1998

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 13016

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Situated on S side of service yard at St Brides Castle opposite entrance arch.

County: Pembrokeshire

Town: Haverfordwest

Community: Marloes and St. Brides (Marloes a Sain Ffrêd)

Community: Marloes and St. Brides

Locality: St Brides

Traditional County: Pembrokeshire

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History

Earlier C19 forebuilding to stable court, in similar Tudor style to 1833 mansion but not marked on 1839 Tithe Map.

Exterior

Entrance range to stable court. Rubble stone probably originally roughcast, with slate roofs and red brick end stacks. Tall, 2-storey with advanced 3-storey narrow gabled centrepiece with 1906 copper ridge cupola. Five bays, the centre with chamfered brick-arched Tudor entry. Band above and upper floors in large rectangular panel with brick-framed first floor casement pair and brick-framed roundel in square recess above, sill band below roundel. Gable above is plain. Wings have similar band carried across wall piers. Sunk long panels to ground floor, 3 with inserted late C20 casement pairs low down. First floor has similar square sunk panels, outer two with casement pair windows. All panels are chamfered. Rear is mostly roughcast except ground floor centre and left. Centre similar Tudor arch to throughway, and Tudor arch to coach-house left, not chamfered. Band across and first floor wall-piers between 4-pane sashes in chamfered surrounds. Centre has similar big sunk panel with 4-pane sash each floor and sill band under upper window, plain gable. The cupola has battered base, open horseshoe-arched sides and domed roof with vane.The single-storey stable court beyond is listed separately for the E outer wall which groups with the main house.

Reasons for Listing

A large earlier C19 courtyard range of group value with St Brides' castle.

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