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Description: Lockerley Hall
Date Listed: 11 April 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 140893
OS Grid Reference: SU2973528174
OS Grid Coordinates: 429735, 128174
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0521, -1.5771
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EAST TYTHERLEY LOCKERLEY HALL ESTATE
SU 22 NE
3/41 Lockerley Hall
Medium sized country house. 1868-71 by Burn and MacVicar Anderson, remodelled
1930-2 probably by Trenwith Wells. Brick with stone dressings, slate roofs
behind parapet. Plan of 9 bay, 2 storey on basement, double pile house with
projections end wings and porch on front; originally having Jacobethan gables
and to L (N) end lower long L-shaped guest/service wing which gave house 100
rooms. Front has central full height porch of wide stone Doric porch with open
pediment, containing double doors, and over tripartite sash below open pediment
interrupting stone cornice. Each side of porch as far as wings light-well to
basement behind balustrade. Each side on both floors 3 12-pane sashes with
rubbed brick arches and stone keys. In 2 bay wings 2 close set similar sashes.
Rusticated raised stone quoins. Stone cornice, brick upstand and lead downpipes.
Roofs hipped with stacks on ridge to R of porch, in front on inside of wings, on
L end and above R wing. Inside interior mainly 1930s and 1900s with good parquet
flooring, and reused C18 fireplaces. Cellars as built. Good C20 plaster.
Listing NGR: SU2973328171
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Source: English Heritage
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