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Description: South East Lodge of Former Driveway to Longworth Hall
Date Listed: 11 October 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 154860
OS Grid Reference: SO5723040527
OS Grid Coordinates: 357230, 240527
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0615, -2.6252
BARTESTREE CP A 438 (south-west side)
SO 54 SE
2/3 South-east Lodge of
former driveway to
One of a pair of lodges flanking the former driveway to Longworth Hall
(qv Lugwardine CP). C18 with C20 alterations and additions. Ashlar,
hipped slate roof. Rectangular plan with later additions to rear.
Classical style. Single storey, plinth, string course, dentilled eaves
cornice and rusticated quoins, Gibbs surround to doorway with segmental
pediment, pedimented surrounds to windows with glazing bar sashes. Interior
retains door and window fittings. The lodges have been ascribed to the early
C20 (Pevsner) but the interior fittings of the south-east lodge indicate an
earlier origin although the crispness of the external details implies sub-
sequent restoration. The lodges are shown on a C19 print, copies of which
were in the possession of the owner of the south-east lodge at the time
of the resurvey (April 1985). (BoE, p 243-4).
Listing NGR: SO5723040527
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Source: English Heritage
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