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Description: Sudeley Lodge
Date Listed: 4 July 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 134936
OS Grid Reference: SP0400827024
OS Grid Coordinates: 404008, 227024
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9417, -1.9431
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SP 02 NW;
6/150; 14/150 Sudeley Lodge
Farmhouse. Early C18, later C19 alterations, extended and altered
1920's for Major Dent-Brocklehurst, further altered mid C20. Well-
squared, coursed stone to garden front, less well-squared
elsewhere; ashlar porch; stone-slate roof. Five-window front, 2-
rooms deep, long rear wing on left, angle partly infilled; 2 and
2 1/2 storeys. Entrance front: single-storey projecting porch, Roman
Doric corner pilasters, half-glazed door with St Andrews's cross
fanlight, covering 9-panel door: moulded cornice, flat roof. To
left blind window, raised surround; slight set-back on right,
plaque. Above blind window and sash, both with raised surrounds;
2 hipped ends to roof, chimney in valley, moulded cap; hipped
dormer with 2-light casement: plain string and parapet to short
length on right. Rear wing set back on right. Left return,
plinth, fully-glazed central door up 3 stone steps with nosings;
either side 2 sash windows with plain, raised surround: jambs
bonded to 3 centre openings. Above plain string course, 5 sash
windows as below, but sashes with horns: jambs to second and
fourth only bonded. Hipped roof, 2 hipped dormers, 3-light
Internally, panelled shutters and window seats to garden front
ground floor openings: some 2-panel doors first floor. Plaque
records visit by George III in 1788. Documents at Sudeley Castle
date alterations 1920's, not 1930's as Verey.
(D. Verey, Gloucestershire, The Cotswolds, 1970)
Listing NGR: SP0400827024
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Source: English Heritage
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