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© Mrs Chris Dawson LRPS

IoE Number: 481302
Photographer: Mrs Chris Dawson LRPS
Date Photographed: 29 May 2000
Date listed: 02 November 1954
Date of last amendment: 26 August 1999
Grade II*

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BRIGHTON TQ3309 STANMER PARK 577-1/9/1112 The former stables of Stanmer House 02/11/54 (Formerly Listed as: STANMER PARK The Stables at Stanmer House) GV II* Stables. c1725, probably much altered with refacing of inner walls in yellow brick and raising of outer walls in red brick. The building forms 3 sides of a courtyard with a low tower in the centre, over the carriage entrance. Yellow brick set in Flemish bond on the inner sides; the outer walls of coursed flints, with dressings of red brick, except that the walls on the north-west front have been raised in red brick set in English bond; the inner walls of yellow brick set in Flemish bond, and probably dating from the early C19; a late C19 wing added at the western corner is of flint with brick dressings; roofs of slate, Lakeland slate to the tower, Welsh and asbestos slate elsewhere. On the outer side the round-arched carriage entrance has been rebuilt in yellow brick with the remains of a red-brick soldier-arch above; it is flanked by flat-arched windows, with 3 segmental-arched windows above and a brick dentil cornice; pyramidal roof now lacking its finial; the wings to either side have small louvred openings, one segmental-arched window to the western end, and 2 loft doors breaking through the eaves under hipped roofs. On the inner side, the carriage entrance has a keystone marked with the Pelham buckle; the ground-floor openings are a mixture of lunette windows and round- and segmental-arched entrances, some now altered; there were segmental-arched carriage entrances at the ends of the wings, both of which are now altered and that to the east now blocked; storey band; the upper windows of the tower flat-arched; the parapet of the side wings interrupted by flat-arched dormer windows.

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