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Description: North Lodge
Date Listed: 9 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 153389
OS Grid Reference: SO8042647676
OS Grid Coordinates: 380426, 247676
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1270, -2.2873
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MADRESFIELD CP -
SO 84 NW
6/74 North Lodge
Lodge to Madresfield Court (qv). 1872 by Norman Shaw. Brick with applied
timber-framing and tile roof. Two storeys. West gable wall, facing road,
has canted timber window of five lights with transom on ground floor, below
a bracketed jetty. The first floor window is of eight lights with timber
mullions and geometric glazing. Below is a row of framed panels with ogee
bracing. Above, an embattled tie-beam is jettied forwards and supports a
fishbone king-post, partly hidden by bargeboards. At the apex of the gable
is a finial with weathervane. A tall star-plan chimney rises from the centre
of the roof. The south wall, facing the drive, has two 2-light stone mullioned
windows towards the right. Above is a gable with applied timbering and a 6-
light timber mullioned window. To the left is a gabled porch. To the left
it has turned balusters on a brick base. To the right are stone steps and
a timber corner post. The porch covers a 3-light timber mullioned window and
a moulded doorway with Tudor arch. The porch gable has an iron finial. The
roofs have pierced ridge tiles.
Listing NGR: SO8042647676
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Source: English Heritage
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