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Description: Totham Lodge
Date Listed: 8 August 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 118951
OS Grid Reference: TL8540310385
OS Grid Coordinates: 585403, 210385
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7614, 0.6852
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TL 81 SE GREAT TOTHAM BROAD STREET GREEN ROAD
4/114 Totham Lodge
House, now a Home for Elderly persons. c.1880. Red brick. Red plain tiled
roofs. 3 red brick chimney stacks with attached diagonal shafts, moulded capping
and bases. Assymetric plan. 2 storeys and attics. Left hipped 2 storey
gabled bay, 2 adjoining gabled bays to right. 1:1:1 bay window ranges of
vertically sliding sashes, some of 3 lights, to central bay a first floor oriel
with hanging tiles under. First floor moulded brick decorative arches to left
and right bays, the latter with tall windows under. There is a red tiled
lean-to porch to left of centre bay with stained and leaded lights. Attic 3
light small paned casements to right and centre bays, the latter with striated
plain and fish scale hanging tiles. Main red tiled porch to right return, brick
plinth and glazed timber frame, glazed double doors. Interior features include
square main hall with segmental pointed arched arcade supporting a balcony
approached by a grand open well staircase. Moulded ceiling over. 6 panelled
doors with reveal panels. Kitchen surround panelled with patera. Stained and
leaded windows and similar windows to some doors. Many red tiled floors to
ground floor, and much vertical beaded board panelling to walls throughout.
Originally the home of Lord and Lady De Crespigny.
Listing NGR: TL8540310385
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Source: English Heritage
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