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Description: The Lodge and Gate Piers and Wall, Badgeworth Court School
Date Listed: 22 October 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 134955
OS Grid Reference: SO9024019167
OS Grid Coordinates: 390240, 219167
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8710, -2.1431
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BADGEWORTH BADGEWORTH VILLAGE
SO 91 NW
4/3 The Lodge and gate piers and wall,
Badgeworth Court School
Lodge to Badgeworth Court School. Built c1897-1901 by F.W. Waller
for J.H. Selwyn Paine. Purplish-red and red brick; brick stacks;
slate roof. Rectangular plan. Two storeys with jettied first
floor supported on curving brackets. Rusticated. quoins, at ground
floor level. Three-light casement to the west front (facing the
drive) plank door with single decorative glazed pane at the top;
4-light metal casement above the door with decorative rubbed brick
sill. Two ceramic shields either side of the window. North-
facing gable end with rebuilt shaped gable: 3-light metal casement
with transom moulded sill and a rubbed and gauged head with a
triple keystone; 3-light metal casement with horizontal glazing
bars and a moulded brick sill above. Similar shaped gable and
fenestration at the opposite gable end. Moulded eaves cornice with
dentil decoration. Twin projecting stacks on the west flanking the
door with twin barley-twist shafts. Wall clm to the right of the
north gable end links up to a pair of square gate piers with
rusticated red brick quoins; cast iron spear headed gate ramped
down at the centre. Short length of wall to the left of the same
gable links up to a plank gateway with rusticated quoins. Interior
not inspected. An interesting design showing acquaintance with the
Bedford Park designers.
Listing NGR: SO9024219168
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Source: English Heritage
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