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Description: North Lodge and Railings
Date Listed: 9 July 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 144328
OS Grid Reference: SU3046502163
OS Grid Coordinates: 430465, 102163
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8182, -1.5689
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SU 30 SW BROCKENHURST MILL LANE
10/12 North Lodge and railings
Lodge and railings. Late C19 by TH Wyatt. Brick with stone dressings, slate
roof with lead ridges and decoration. In French Renaissance style, central
carriage archway with room over pavilion on one side and wall on other with
flanking quadrant railings. Front onto road has central stone roundheaded arch
with carved spandrels of figures in relief, and flanking rusticated columns
supporting scrolled open pediment containing cartouche. Behind low brick wall
of 1st floor with central stone 2-light basket arched window in pedimented
dormer. Trapezoidal French roof with lead oval window ½-way up, lead animals on
ridges and wrought iron openwork containing M shapes at top and bottom. On LH
side rectangular stone stack with offset head. To LH is wall surmounted by huge
console bracket against arch, wall sets back and continues to pier with finial
and section beyond. To RH square plan pavilion with canted bay having basket
arched lights and pierced balustrade. Over in centre stone 2-light basket arched
window in open pedimented dormer, and each side stone cornice. French ogee roof
with separate top stage rising to finial. To RH length of wall running to pier
with stone finials. Flanking quadrants of low walls surmounted by fleur-de-lys
railings. On other side single storey wing behind pavilion with crow-stepped
gable having sunflower medallions.
Listing NGR: SU3046502163
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Source: English Heritage
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