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© Mr R.G. Noxon

IoE Number: 58468
Photographer: Mr R.G. Noxon
Date Photographed: 14 June 2006
Date listed: 05 March 1959
Date of last amendment: 05 March 1958
Grade II

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SJ 7481TATTON C.P.TATTON PARK3/93Stable Block, TattonHall.

SJ 7481 TATTON C.P. TATTON PARK 3/93 Stable Block, Tatton Hall. 5.3.59 GV II Stable block. Late C18. By Samuel Wyatt. Red English garden wall bond brick, stone dressings, slate roof. 11 bays in 1:3:3:3:1 rhythm. Central 2 storeyed bay and two 2-storey end bays with one-storeyed connecting ranges. South facade: Stone base. Stone band between floors becoming a wall capping of beed moulded profile over the single storey ranges. Central projecting 3-bay pavillion with 2 pediments over lateral bays; stone dressings of cyma profile. The central bay is recessed slightly with the ground floor open to the court being originally a through driveway to the rear but now forming a lobby. Immediately above is a lunette window. On the ridge is a square wooden 4-faced clock stage surmounted by a bellcote with arched openings, pyramidal roof and weather vane. Rectangular sash windows to sides at ground floor level of 3 x 4 panes with stone cills and splayed head arches over. Similar windows of 3 x 2 panes to first floor. One-storey wings to either side, each with 3 similar 3 x 4 pane windows. End pavillions of one bay each with similar 3 x 4 and 3 x 2 pane windows to ground and first floors. Pyramidal roofs. The Eastern pavillion has a carriage doorway at ground floor level now forming a lobby. The side elevations of 3 bays each at first floor level now have C19 outshuts at ground floor level. North elevation similar to south save that the central bay and arched window are bricked in with a window of the 3 x 4 pane format inserted at ground floor level.

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