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Description: Lodge About 100 Yards East of Bockleton Court
Date Listed: 24 October 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 150696
OS Grid Reference: SO5912562034
OS Grid Coordinates: 359125, 262034
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2550, -2.6002
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BOCKLETON CP BOCKLETON ROAD (west side)
SO 56 SE
5/9 Lodge about 100 yards
Lodge to Bockleton Court. Circa 1890 by Henry Curzon for the Prescott
family and built by Webbs of Worcester. Brick with ashlar dressings, tile-
hanging at attic storey level, plain tiled roofs, partly half-hipped with
overhanging eaves, decorative ridge tiles and large octagonal brick stacks
with overhanging cap courses. Two-bay range aligned roughly east/west
with north-west wing. Single storey and attic with dormers. Windows have
leaded casements throughout. Main north elevation: main range has a single-
light ground floor window with a transom and a half-hipped dormer with
scalloped bargeboards and a 4-pane window. The gable end of the wing has
a ground floor canted bay window with stone mullions and transoms. The attic
storey is jettied on shaped brackets and has a 3-light attic window with a
moulded sill, moulded bargeboards and a finial at the gable apex. The main
entrance situated in the angle has a canted porch with a single-light window
adjacent to the wing and an open archway in the angled side leading to the
original door within. (Hancock, Cox and Whiting: Bockleton Court, 1986,
City of Birmingham Education Department).
Listing NGR: SO5912562034
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Source: English Heritage
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