© Mrs Barbara A West LRPS
STABLE BLOCK 200 METRES NORTH EAST OF NORTON HALL, NORTON CHURCH ROAD (west side)
SHEFFIELD, SHEFFIELD, SOUTH YORKSHIRE
Mrs Barbara A West LRPS
30 April 2001
28 June 1973
Date of last amendment:
28 June 1973
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SK38SE NORTON CHURCH ROAD, Norton
784-1/10/865 (West side)
28/06/73 Stable block 200m north-east of
Stable block, undergoing conversion to flats. Late C18, with
mid C19 additions. Ashlar and coursed rubble, with hipped
stone slate roofs with a single brick ridge stack and 2 rear
wall stacks. Square plan with central yard.
EXTERIOR: plinth, impost band, modillion eaves. 2 storeys; 7
bays. South front has a round-headed arcade with round-headed
glazing bar sashes and central barrel vaulted entrance. The
penultimate bays project slightly under pediments. Above, six
8-pane sashes and above the entrance, a clock opening.
West side has eight 6-pane sashes, the penultimate one to
right altered to form a loft door. Below, 6 windows, then on
either side a door with overlight, then another window. All
the windows are boarded up.
East side has 4 breathers flanked to left by 2 windows and to
right by a single window, all 6 pane sashes. Below, an
off-centre segment-headed carriage door flanked by single
breathers. On either side, an oval window, with a boarded up
window below the left one. To right, a fielded 6-panel door
with overlight, then a window. To left, a window flanked by
similar doors. Ground floor windows are boarded up.
North side has irregular fenestration, with a single storey
C19 lean-to addition to right.
Inside the courtyard, to south, a projecting centre with
carriage opening, and above, 5 smaller windows. On either side
of the entrance, 2 round-headed windows. West side has six
2-light windows with stone flush mullions, and below, a
round-headed window to left, flanked by single doors with
overlights, and to right, 4 sliding garage doors.
East side has an off-centre pair of segment-headed carriage
doors with keystone head, and 3 tiers of breathers. To right,
3 oval ventilators, and to left a single one.
North side has five 2-light casements, the left one altered to
form a loft door. Below, central segment-headed door with
keystone, flanked to right by two 2-light casements, then a
similar door and another casement. To left, a garage door
flanked to right by a 2-light casement and to left by a
INTERIOR not inspected.
(The Buildings of England: Pevsner N: Yorkshire: The West
Riding: London: 1967-: 480).