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Grade II*
NHLE 1166711
Date assigned 12 July 1985
Date last amended


SE 5847-5947 BISHOPTHORPE BISHOPTHORPE ROAD (east side) 7/28 The Stables to Bishopthorpe Palace GV II* Stables, coach house and dovecote, now 2 dwellings. 1761-3 by Peter Atkinson I for Archbishop Drummond, with C20 alterations. Pinkish-brown brick with red brick and ashlar dressings and plain tile roof. 3-storey, single bay centre with 2-storey ranges with 3 first floor windows to either side between slightly-projecting 2-storey, single bay wings. Centre: rusticated quoins. Segmental-headed carriage arch in quoined surround. First floor: Venetian window in round-headed recess intruding upwards into open pediment. Second floor: semicircular recess containing blind semicircular panel. Segmental pediment. Ranges. Ground floor: to left has 2 similar carriage arches, that to right has central doorway in quoined surround between 12-pane sashes. First floor ashlar band. 6-pane sashes throughout. All windows under flat arches of gauged brick. flings (alike): rusticated quoins. Similar carriage entrance. First floor: unglazed- Venetian window intruding upwards into open pediment. Interior: ground floor to right has C18 open well staircase with turned balusters. Eric A Gee, Bishopthorpe Palace. An Architectural History, 1983, pp 39-40. Listing NGR: SE5960347831

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Grid reference SE 5960 4783 (point)
Map sheet SE54NE

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