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Description: South-West Pavillion and Adjoining Section of Balustrading to Former Garden Enclosure Approx 150 M
Date Listed: 12 November 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 152326
OS Grid Reference: SO7689164803
OS Grid Coordinates: 376891, 264803
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2809, -2.3401
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SO 76 SE GREAT WITLEY CP WITLEY PARK
6/93 South-west pavilion and
adjoining section of
balustrading to former
garden enclosure approx
150 m south of
Pavilion and adjoining section of balustrading to former garden enclosure
to Witley Court (qv), c1860, garden laid out by Nesfield for Lord Ward,
first Earl of Dudley. Stone. Open square-plan domed composite pavilion
approached on shallow steps with quadrant plan. Moulded plinth, modillion
cornice, dome with decorative leaf ornament and 4 scrolls, semi-circular
arched openings with scrolled keystones and moulded impost. Attached wall
to left of steps with roll moulded capping terminates in square set die with
moulded plinth and capping. Identical to south-east pavilion (qv).
Balustrading to north with moulded plinth and capping, gadrooned balusters,
square set panelled dice with moulded plinth and capping.
Listing NGR: SO7689564803
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Source: English Heritage
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