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Upper Lodge with Gates and Gatepiers, Upton St Leonards

Description: Upper Lodge with Gates and Gatepiers

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 September 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 131861

OS Grid Reference: SO8826413114
OS Grid Coordinates: 388264, 213114
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8165, -2.1716

Location: A46, Upton St Leonards, Gloucestershire GL4 8HA

Locality: Upton St Leonards
Local Authority: Stroud District Council
County: Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL4 8HA

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Listing Text

(west side), Cranham Corner

6/200 Upper Lodge with gates and


Detached lodge house, linked by wall to gates and gate piers. Late
C19. Probably by Waller and Son for Thomas Dyer Edwardes. Rock-
faced coursed limestone; ashlar dressings; timber framing with
roughcast infill; rock-faced chimneys with moulded ashlar caps;
clay plain tile roof. Single storey with attic and cellar;
picturesque composition. South east (road) side: off-centre gabled
projection combines porch and timber framed bay window with high
level leaded casements; leaded casement in framed gable; segmental-
headed casement to left and right of bay; tall ridge-mounted
chimney to left of gable. North east end: timber framing to attic
of gable end; single casement fenestration. North west side:
timber framing to attic; central projecting gable with leaded
attic casement in timber framing; eaves-mounted chimney to left,
gabled roof dormer to right; segmental headed casements to ground
floor and cellar. South west end: timber framing to attic of
gable end; single casement fenestration. Attached dry stone wall
connects with plain ashlar gate piers having ball finials; iron
spear-topped gates with single intermediate horizontal scroll band.
Built into side of hill with precipitous drop through beech woods.
Important landscape value. Forms one entrance to St. Peter's
Grange, Prinknash Park (q.v.).

Listing NGR: SO8826413114

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Source: English Heritage

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