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Description: Lodge and Gateway Approximately 200 Metres West of Miserden Park
Date Listed: 24 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 132736
OS Grid Reference: SO9391008927
OS Grid Coordinates: 393910, 208927
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7790, -2.0897
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SO 9308 MISERDEN MISERDEN VILLAGE
10/177 Lodge and gateway approximately 200m
west of Misarden Park
Lodge and gateway. Lodge dated 1864, possibly by Alfred
Waterhouse. Coursed rook-faced rubble limestone; ashlar chimneys;
stone slate roof. Ashlar gate piers with wrought iron gates.
Single-storey with attic lodge, additional wing to east forming L-
plan. Gateway to north. North gable end of lodge extended to left
over pointed arched porch with catslide roof has decorative barge
boards; canted oriel with moulded base and coped top. Full gable
on west side with similar barge boards and 2-light shouldered
arched casement to each floor below; tall eaves-mounted chimney to
left with diagonal shaft. Large central projecting chimney on
south side with doorway now blocked by casement. Small upper floor
pointed window with carved coat-of-arms above. Flat-roofed single-
storey east addition to lodge in matching style. Gateway has 2
square piers with moulded cornice tops having ball finials;
smaller flanking piers with ball finials, linked to main piers by
short length of railed screen. Horizontal scroll band to gates
with rich overthrow.
Listing NGR: SO9391008927
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Source: English Heritage
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