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Description: Marshcourt Prepreparatory Department and North Lodge 250 Metres North of Marsh Court
Date Listed: 7 February 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 140748
OS Grid Reference: SU3567033824
OS Grid Coordinates: 435670, 133824
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1026, -1.4919
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KINGS SOMBORNE MARSHCOURT
13/1 Marshcourt Pre-
Preparatory Dept and N
Lodge 250m N of
Former garages and power house. 1905 by E L Lutyens, extended since. Brick,
ashlar stone and flint, tile offset, weatherboarded upper, tile buttresses,
old plain tile roof. Either side of drive L-shaped block of 1 1/2 storey, 7 bay
block along road and to rear at house end 5 bay single storey range on higher
level, with infront at house end retaining wall coming forward to constrict
road. Road front has tall plinth of stone, tile offset and weatherboarded
upper, except for bay of brick. On one side in all but end bay cross-window,
formerly leaded, On other side similar in all but bay next to brick bay which
has timber archway, planked door inside, On roof on this side hipped dormer
with 2-light casement above door and high on roof in centre similar dormer but
with latticed blind openings. Both roofs hipped at house end with large stack
of square with half-lozenge each side section and moulded heads over 2nd bay from
that end. Wings are weatherboarded on brick plinths and have tall hip-roofed
central midstray porch. In road bays 2-light casements. Far bays outshot,
either with similar casements and over 2 hipped dormers and 2-light casements,
or open verandah. Roof hipped and sweptdown. Large ridge stack above side
with dormers, double version of other stacks.
Listing NGR: SU3576130748
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Source: English Heritage
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