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Description: Beauchamp Lodge
Date Listed: 26 November 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 134333
OS Grid Reference: SO7956920942
OS Grid Coordinates: 379569, 220942
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8867, -2.2982
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SO 71 NE
5/42 Beauchamp Lodge
House. Probably third quarter C19 for T. Gambier-Parry. English
bond brickwork to ground floor, timber framing with rendered panels
above: tiled roof. Two windows wide, one room deep, 2 storeys.
To road: blue bricks to corners. Boarded front door, heavy wood
frame, lean-to porch roof on curved timber brackets, fish-scale
tiles. Blue-brick patterning to right: 4-light wooden window,
leaded lights, moulded sill, lean-to head as door: 5-light similar
on left. First-floor jettied to front, exposed joist ends,
brackets at ends. Above, framing 2 panels high, weatherboard on
mid rail. Four and 5-light windows rising into gabled dormers,
weatherboard on windowhead and collar above, decorative bracing
between, wide verge. Brick chimney in right valley of right gable,
diagonally-set flue: lateral chimney on left at rear. Single-
storey wing on left. Right return 6-light oriel window to ground
floor, curved brackets below, brick ends, lean-to roof, fishscale
tiles. Above framing 2-panel high to tie beam, curved braces to
main posts, 2-light window, weatherboard on tie beam and collar
over; decorative bracing between, curved above collar: wide
Listing NGR: SO7956920942
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Source: English Heritage
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