Stables At Beechfield House, Melksham, Wiltshire, SN12 (Grade II)

Stables At Beechfield House is a grade two (II) listed building in Melksham, Wiltshire, SN12. It was first listed in 1979.

About Stables At Beechfield House


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Stable block now hotel annexe. Circa 1870. For Richard Keevil. Ashlar front and side elevations; rear is hammer dressed. Rusticated quoins. Decorated Welsh slate roof with decorated iron cresting and finials. Italianate style as house. 1 storey with gabled attic. Asymmetrical front has slightly projecting gabled centre with central round arched door and round arched sashes either side, having keystones and hood moulds linked by continuous string course. 2-light sash above in gable. To left of centre is round arched entrance and 2 elliptical arches, separated by rusticated piers. To right of central gable is 1 elliptical arch and 3 round headed sashes with string course over. One 2-light attic gable has been inserted to right; being a good copy of the one to left of centre; both having keys, carved hood moulds and rusticated quoins. One storey return to left has 2 inserted C20 round arched sashes. Right return has one plain sash. Rear also has C20 round-headed sashes. Interior openings retained in conversion of stables to hotel accommodation.

Where is Stables At Beechfield House?

Stables At Beechfield House is located on Stables At Beechfield House, in Melksham, Wiltshire, SN12.

Key Facts

Grid ReferenceST 90373 65664
Easting, Northing390372.511, 165663.92484
Latitude, Longitude51.389933, -2.13975
Grade listingII (two)
English Heritage List Entry Number1021761
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