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Description: Oak Lodge
Date Listed: 24 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 146574
OS Grid Reference: SU6214508685
OS Grid Coordinates: 462145, 108685
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8743, -1.1181
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SU 6208 SOUTHWICK & WIDLEY BRIDGE STREET
17/4 Oak Lodge
House. A building of three phases: substantial mid C18 block, with early C19
alterations, and late C19 alterations and service wing. Walls of brickwork in
Flemish bond with blue headers, rubbed flat arches, some Flemish Garden Wall
bond, and stretcher bond of the last phase. Hipped tile roof to the main part,
lower flatter hipped slate roof to the service wing, gabled slate roof above
the porch. The original west front was symmetrical of two storeys and attic,
three windows: one ground-floor sash at the north side. The original porch has
been widened and raised to an upper floor, with a separate roof with a gablet
above on upper sash: most of this facade is masked by a high brick wall. The
south (garden) elevation has been altered by the addition (early C19) of a half
octagonal full-height bay at the west side, of three sash windows, and a mid C19
shallow rectangular full-height bay containing triple lights; set back at the
east side is the plain service wing with a triple casement above two sashes.
The north elevation has an original service wing projecting at the east side,
with double hipped roofing: at the west side there is an early C19 gabled
projection with sashes.
Listing NGR: SP6127121033
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Source: English Heritage
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