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Description: Twyford Lodge
Date Listed: 27 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 145953
OS Grid Reference: SU4808725399
OS Grid Coordinates: 448087, 125399
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0260, -1.3157
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SU 42 NE TWYFORD CHURCH LANE
5/39 Twyford Lodge
Small country house/villa. Late C18, C19 and c1967. Brick, in header
bond, stone cornice, slate roofs behind parapet. Georgian villa of 3 storey
on cellar,3 bay front with full height bays to either end, 2 bay deep with
wings to rear behind end bays with to right wing C19 ballroom added and to
left wing C20 range in place of older service range. W front is on plinth
containing openings in end bays to cellar. Central doorway with painted
stone Doric porch infilled C19 with 2/3 glazed double doors and windows to
sides on top step of flight of 3 stone steps in front of narrow slightly
projecting central bay. Each side in wide bays C18 12-pane sash with rubbed
brick head and C19 sliding louvred shutters. Above porch tall 8-large-pane
sash to landing, and each side C18 12-pane sash. On 2nd floor C18 6-pane
sashes. All windows have rubbed brick arches and stone sills. Pointed
dentilled stone cornice and low parapet with stone coping. To left end
full height round bay with curved windows similar to those in side bays. To
right end full height canted bay with on 1st floor early C19 timber floored,
wrought iron and tented lead-roofed verandah balcony. Above this bay on roof
unusual C19 weathervane. Interior C18 altered C19 with behind central bay
full-height open well staircase set longitudinally.
Listing NGR: SU4809025401
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Source: English Heritage
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