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Main Lodge to Abberlay Hall (That Part in Abberley), Great Witley

Description: Main Lodge to Abberlay Hall (That Part in Abberley)

Grade: II
Date Listed: 27 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 152246

OS Grid Reference: SO7467066927
OS Grid Coordinates: 374670, 266927
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2999, -2.3729

Locality: Great Witley
Local Authority: Malvern Hills District Council
County: Worcestershire
Country: England
Postcode: WR6 6AW

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Listing Text


2/19 Main Lodge to Abberley Hall
(that part in Abberley CP)


Lodge. Circa 1883, possibly by J P St Aubyn for J J Jones of Abberley Hall (qv).
Coursed, squared rubble with freestone dressings, plain tiled roof. In a Tudor
Gothic style and on an irregular T-plan. 2 storeys. Single bay to each wing;
1:3:1-light bay window with trefoil heads and transoms in gable end of each wing,
3-light casement windows with ovolo moulded mullions on first floor and single
light window to right of porch which projects under a lean-to roof in the re-
entrant angle and has an outer Caernarvon arch doorway and an inner plank door.
Square tablets with Jones crest in each gable end and projecting rubble stack
with in-built seat under a blind arch on left hand gable. The Lodge is partly
in the Civic Parish of Great Witley and the nearby gates and walls are entirely
within the Civil Parish of Great Witley.

Listing NGR: SO7467066927

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Source: English Heritage

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