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Description: Lodge, Circa 430 Metres South West of Bromsberrow Place
Date Listed: 2 October 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 125821
OS Grid Reference: SO7531934020
OS Grid Coordinates: 375319, 234020
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0041, -2.3609
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SO 73 SE
6/4 Lodge, c430m south-west of
Bromsberrow Place (formerly listed
as part of Bromsberrow Place with
2.10.54 Stables and Lodge)
Lodge; early to mid C19. Close, thin studded timber-framing,
brick nogged: bricks painted white, framing grey. Later left wing
painted brick: asbestos slate roof. Central octagon with 2 wings,
single storey. Open verandah around front of octagon, square
rendered piers at corners. Gabled open porch over entrance,
cantilevered from verandah eaves; gable vertical boarding,
scalloped bottom to boards, quatrefoil over, plain bargeboards.
Door 2 glazed panels upper half, each semi-circular head; St.
Andrew's cross on panel below. Two-light window in adjoining
sections of octagon each side, semi-circular head to lights.
Similar window in wing to right: long brace sill to corner post.
Pyramid roof to octagon, taking in verandah, finial. Panelled
brick chimney behind, diamond-set flues above. Right return
cantilevered bay, swept lead roof, lights as other windows.
Vertical boarding to gable, cut to semi-circle, bottom each board
scalloped, plain bargeboards. Lodge said originally to have been
thatched. Used as a school for girls during part of C19.
(D. Verey, Gloucestershire, the Vale and the Forest of Dean, 1970;
F.F. Rigby, To Our Lady of Bromsberrow, 1970)
Listing NGR: SO7531934020
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Source: English Heritage
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