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Description: Lodges to Bramshill House
Date Listed: 8 July 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 136864
OS Grid Reference: SU7487759052
OS Grid Coordinates: 474877, 159052
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3257, -0.9268
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SU 75 NW MATTINGLEY HAZELEY HEATH
4/26 Lodges to Bramshill
Early C19. Symmetrical gateway on the avenue approach to Bramshill House,
flanked by lodges. Each lodge is a square 3-storeyed block with a single-
storeyed outer wing: 1.1 windows. Scallop-tile ogee roof, topped by a
ball finial. Stone eaves moulding. Walling is in red brick English bond
with cement quoins, plain (eaved) architraves, plinth. The casement windows
are on each face at each level, the ground-floor opening on the inner face
being a plain doorway. Between the lodges is a red brick screen wall pierced
by a central carriageway entrance flanked by pedestrian entrances: crenellated
top, 4-centred arches, small buttresses between openings.
Listing NGR: SU7605858261
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Source: English Heritage
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