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Description: Lodges at South Entrance to Park of Great Hyde Hall
Date Listed: 6 October 1971
English Heritage Building ID: 160770
OS Grid Reference: TL4923715084
OS Grid Coordinates: 549237, 215084
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8145, 0.1636
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HATFIELD HEATH ROAD
Lodges at south
entrance to park
of Great Hyde Hall
TL 492 150:4/16 6.10.71
Circa 1806 by Wyatville. 4 pair of neo-classical single storey square
lodges set diagonally. Stucco with low pitched pyramid slate roofs and
broad overhang to eaves. Central chimneys. Original altar form survives
on NW lodge. Fluted Greek Doric column inset at each corner. Entrances
and projecting central panels with crests, on the faces within the gates.
Jocelyn crest on SE lodge. Single sash window on faces outside gates.
Iron gates on cast iron square pylons with palmette open work. Modern
single storey extensions to rear. An important neo-classical group.
Listing NGR: TL4923715084
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Source: English Heritage
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