Garden pavilion, c1800, in the grounds of Mount Beacon House.
Reason for Listing
* Architectural interest: an unusual example of a garden pavilion in the Neo-Classical style that is reminiscent of contemporary watchman's boxes;
* Group value: in the grounds of the Grade II Mount Beacon House.
An unusually ambitious garden pavilion in the Neo-classical manner, reminiscent of contemporary watchman's boxes.
Garden pavilion in grounds of Mount Beacon House [qv] approx 3m north-west, c1800 with C20 addition.
EXTERIOR: limestone ashlar, with a flat roof behind pediments. Approximately 3m-square in plan. It has semicircular arched recesses to the sides and a fanlight with keystone to the south-east, and it has a continuous moulded impost cornice and frieze. It has a modern plank door and there are rusticated quoins; and a narrow cornice encircles the building below the pediments.
INTERIOR: not inspected.
Source: English Heritage
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