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Description: North Lodge and Attached Gateway, Gates and Railings on Dwarf Walls
Date Listed: 6 September 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 116284
OS Grid Reference: TL7982924950
OS Grid Coordinates: 579829, 224950
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8941, 0.6121
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TL 7924 STISTED KING'S LANE
7/267 North Lodge and
attached gateway, gates
and railings on dwarf
Wrongly shown on OS map as Upper Lodge. Park lodge, early C19, and railings,
gateway and gates, mid-C19. Gault brick in Flemish bond, roofed with slate, and
cast iron. Lodge of rectangular plan with large porch facing NW, and central
stack. C20 extensions to rear. One storey. 2 original casements of 4 lights.
Central 6-panel door (with inserted lights in top 2 panels). Porch on 4 brick
piers. Hipped roof of shallow pitch. NE elevation (facing King's Lane), one
original splayed bay of 2-4-2 lights. Short octagonal stack with cruciform
shafts. Railings on dwarf walls and vehicle gateway to NW, approximately 3
metres wide, overall length approximately 6.50 metres. Scrolled and floriate
design with balls on spikes on top rails. Height approximately 1.50 metres. 2
gateposts each of 4 clustered semi-circular shafts with enlarged caps, each
surmounted by a crown vallary and eagle's head, from the crest of Onley Savill
Onley. The lodge was probably built c.1825 by Henry Hakewill, like Stisted Hall
with which it is associated. This was a public road until 1823, which was then
closed by an order of Quarter Sessions for the formation of the present park
(Essex Record Office, Q/RHi 4/39). The gates, gateposts and railings date from
the ownership of Onley Savill Onley, 1843-90. See items 7/268 and 7/280.
Listing NGR: TL7982924950
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Source: English Heritage
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