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Bury Lodge, Hambledon

Description: Bury Lodge

Grade: II
Date Listed: 24 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 146433

OS Grid Reference: SU6437714257
OS Grid Coordinates: 464377, 114257
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9242, -1.0854

Location: Hambledon, Hampshire PO7 4QL

Locality: Hambledon
Local Authority: Winchester City Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: PO7 4QL

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Listing Text

10/25 Bury Lodge
Country house. Gothic design of c1850-40, with late C19 vernacular extensions
at the east side. Flint walls with fine galletting, some stone dressings of the
later period. Hipped slate roof (one gabled and one apse end) of different levels.
The south (garden) elevation is of two storeys five (irregularly-spaced) windows,
with a gabled projecting wing at the east side of one window: there is a verandah
with a slate roof resting on flint columns with fluted wood caps, and a pediment
projected slightly at the second bay. The upper windows are C19 casements, the
lower included three long sashes and pointed (original) long windows at the 1st
and 2nd bays. The west elevation shows an apse end to the main block, with a
lower wing at the north side and a further lower extension which is part of the
entrance feature, of 1.2.2 storeys, 1.1.3 windows: the verandah, with stone-
flagged floor, continues from the south front, with coupled columns on the curve.
Ground-floor Gothic windows, with small Gothic casement above the wing, and C19
casements to the 1st floor of the apse. The north elevation is marked by a
single-storeyed projecting feature (once symmetrical) with a porchway, comprising
a pointed arch within slender octagonal turrets (with a high parapet and pointed
panel between), the recess of the porch having niches on each side and two
6-panelled doors set in at an obtuse angle; the walls of this block are of flint
with stuccoed flanking octagonal buttresses and a lancet window between them and
the porch. The remainder of the building, with its irregular late C19 extensions,
is of vernacular style.

Listing NGR: SU6538416689

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Source: English Heritage

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