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Description: Walls Enclosing Garden South of Severn End, and Pavilion at South West Corner
Date Listed: 11 August 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 153245
OS Grid Reference: SO8453142587
OS Grid Coordinates: 384531, 242587
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0814, -2.2271
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HANLEY CASTLE CP -
SO 84 SW
3/104 Walls enclosing garden
south of Severn End,
and pavilion at south-
Walls and pavilion. 1661-2, with pavilion restored in 1861. Brick with
some stone dressings. Garden walls incorporate a raised terrace on the
east side. The pavilion or study is of two storeys with a hipped tile roof.
It is open on the ground floor, with two moulded round stone arches on the
north side carried on a central round column. On the first floor is a 3-light
mullioned window. Interior: on the ground floor are two C17 oak doors and
surrounds. The southern one has carved pilasters. A first floor window has
painted glass giving the date of construction and restoration. The diaries
of Sir Nicholas Lechmere record the building of the pavilion in 1661. (VCH, p 92).
Listing NGR: SO8453142587
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Source: English Heritage
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