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Latitude: 53.1832 / 53°10'59"N
Longitude: -3.0169 / 3°1'1"W
OS Eastings: 332137
OS Northings: 365602
OS Grid: SJ321656
Mapcode National: GBR 74.3KN6
Mapcode Global: WH88C.M8K1
Plus Code: 9C5R5XMM+76
Entry Name: Garage Yard and Gallery (former stables and coach-house)
Listing Date: 16 November 1994
Last Amended: 16 November 1994
Source ID: 15017
Building Class: Domestic
Location: To the N of the New Castle, near the kitchen garden.
Community: Hawarden (Penarlâg)
Locality: Hawarden Castle Estate
Traditional County: Flintshire
Mid C18 L-shaped stable/coach-house range associated with the C18 house and therefore probably by Samuel Turner of Whitchurch. Domesticised during mid C19 with some refenestration
and further added to in the early and late C20.
2-storey in rendered brick, L-shaped, later extended to a T and enclosing 2 sides of a cobbled courtyard to the S. Shallow, hipped slate roofs with plain brick stacks, one to the SW range and 2 to the SE. The SE face originally symmetrical with central 3-bay entrance block, advanced with open pediment. Three one-and-a-half storey recessed arches with plain tympana and tripartite stone keys. 2 L-hand openings with large plain double doors. L bay blocked in nid C19 and given a 12-pane recessed window and a door to the R, again recessed. Modern door with 3-pane
rectangular fan. Above each arch, a squat 8-pane casement window. To L and R of central range, a central door with 12-pane sashes flanking as before. 2x9-pane sashes above. Modern single-storey SW range in 3 sections with pediment as before, though here with a blind oculus. Door and window arrangement as before. L part of central section and all of L section on ground floor rebuilt as modern garages with C20 wooden sliding doors and corrugated iron car-port attached infront. Plain stone string-course along both ranges between first and ground floors.
Rear of SW range near symmetrical with pediment as before and irregular fenestration to first floor, all later replacements. Attached wing to L (forming one arm of the T), with hipped roof and dentilated eaves. Later fenestration and doors.
An interesting and restrained service complex serving the C18 house and as such probably by Samuel Turner. Group value with the New Castle and the kitchen garden walls.
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