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Description: Lodge and Walling to the Grange
Date Listed: 24 August 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 133481
OS Grid Reference: SO8920010346
OS Grid Coordinates: 389200, 210346
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7917, -2.1580
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SO 81 SE
2/291 Lodge and walling to
Lodge, gateway and boundary walls. Late C19. Squared and coursed limestone,
stone slate roof, but Welsh slate towards road. A small cross-gabled structure
linked to main house by stone wall with coping, stepped at one point, and with
square pier immediately adjacent to house, further pair of piers, plain
cappings, to former carriage opening, then plank door in 4-centre opening under
hood-mould. Large wall to road is plain and ungabled. Towards house has small
Tudor door under a 2-light casement with hood; to garden, one window, 3-light
chamfer mullion casements set flush, no hoods, at ground and first floor, both
with leading. To the gable a raised square panel bearing a Maltese cross;
decorative brackets to eaves. To the right a lower, small stable block with
plank door, curved wall back to road.
Listing NGR: SO8920010346
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Source: English Heritage
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