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Description: Wickham Lodge
Date Listed: 6 March 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 146321
OS Grid Reference: SU5692911487
OS Grid Coordinates: 456929, 111487
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9001, -1.1918
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WICKHAM WINCHESTER ROAD
10/2 Wickham Lodge
Regency house. 1820. Walls of stucco, plinth, 1st floor band in the form of a
cornice, entablature (of a simple order) below the parapet, supported by full-
height pilasters, which divide the facades. Slate roof. Almost square two storeyed
block, with formal treatment and simple mouldings; the symmetrical north front has
a recessed centre and a recessed pilaster at the east side (being the north end of
the east facade), 1.1.1 windows. Sashes in reveals, the ground-floor with triple
sashes within a framework of pilasters (supporting the cornice band). The doorway
projects slightly, with coupled square columns at each side, with entablature
supporting a balustrade, the plain doorway containing a fanlight and 4-panelled
door. The east elevation is symmetrical, of 1.1.1 windows opening onto steps
(the south side being a later projecting bay, in style). The south elevation has
2.1.1 windows, the slightly projecting east side (1.1 windows) flanked by coupled
pilasters. The severe classical style of the outside becomes richer within, with
surviving doorcases and doors, ceiling cornices, and a staircase with slender cast
iron rails. The west side of the block has a central break in the plain parapet
for the drainage from a coupled and hipped low-pitched roof; this side of the
building is now detached from the former service wing (Upper Wickham Lodge ).
Listing NGR: SU5692711490
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Source: English Heritage
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