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Description: Temple in the Ground of Burnt Norton Hall
Date Listed: 20 February 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 127062
OS Grid Reference: SP1460941303
OS Grid Coordinates: 414609, 241303
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0699, -1.7883
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SP 14 SW WESTON SUBEDGE
4/145 'Temple' in the grounds of
Burnt Norton Hall
Summer house in the grounds of Burnt Norton Hall. C18 facade,
other walls and roof C19. Ashlar facade, brick walls otherwise.
Corrugated roof, formerly domed. Rectangular plan with entrance
through facade with opening in the opposite wall. Single roomed
plan, above ground level. Facade comprises 3 round-headed arches
with keystones and imposts resting on a plinth. The arches are
flanked by a pair of fluted pilasters on either side, with
composite order capitals The central arch forms the entrance up 3
steps, flanked by 2 columns engaged with pilasters to the rear.
Both have decorated capitals as described before. The keystones of
the capitals take in the course above, with a cushion moulding
above and a moulded projecting 'eaves' course with aternate rose
and dentilled decoration on its lower surface. Above a parapet
with fielded panels flanking a niche, with a shell moulded hood,
bead moulded surround and flanking fielded pilasters.
Listing NGR: SP1460941303
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Source: English Heritage
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