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Description: Saul Lodge and Saul Lodge West
Date Listed: 6 April 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 132550
OS Grid Reference: SO7440108256
OS Grid Coordinates: 374401, 208256
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7724, -2.3724
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FRETHERNE WITH SAUL ARLINGHAM ROAD
In the entry for
the address shall be amended to read
Saul Lodge and
Saul Lodge West
The list was previously amended in respect of this entry on 6 April 1989
FRETHERNE WITH SAUL
House. c.1820 & 1906. Compacted sand and gravel on a rubble basement, faced
with pebbledash, Welsh slate roof. A villa in a semi-Taylorian form. Four
joined octagous. Three storeys. The main (garden front) is of three bays,
the centre set forward as a full height centred bay. Plain sash windows and
one modern window (casement). Centre bay with tripartite windows. Band at
first floor level. Two plain French doors. Overhanging eaves on brackets,
centre bay with parapet. Entrance front has 2 storey 4 window hall block of
1906. Large plain Tuscan porch. Two large casements to ground floor, four
smaller ones above, all steel framed. Hipped roof on brackets. Further
service section of three bays. Casement. windows with elliptcial heads, plain
door. Tiled roof hipped to right. Good interior to main block with much
comtemporary joinery, fireplaces and an unusual staircase, part flying and
part cantilevered, wrought iron balustrade, mahogany handrail. Said to have
been built by the Gloucester and Sharpness canal company as a residence for
the chief engineer. It stands midway on the canal and is visible from the
important group of listed buildings on Frampton-on-Severn Green.
Listing NGR: SO7440108256
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Source: English Heritage
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