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Description: East Lodge at Cowick Hall
Date Listed: 14 February 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 164949
OS Grid Reference: SE6597921604
OS Grid Coordinates: 465979, 421604
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6867, -1.0024
SNAITH AND COWICK SNAITH ROAD
SE 62 SE
3/88 East Lodge at Cowick Hall
Gate lodge. Probably 1752-60 by James Paine for Henry Pleydell Dawnay,
third Viscount Downe. Cl9-C20 addition to centre and alterations.
Rusticated limestone ashlar to original turrets, rendered brick to central
additions. Concrete tile roof. Plan: pair of octagonal turrets (originally
flanking entrance drive) with 2-room central addition. North-east front:
single storey, 3 sections. Central section with 2 blind round-headed panels
beneath hipped roof, flanked by turrets with plinths, chamfered rustication,
single windows to front with inserted C20 2-light casements beneath keyed
lintels, corbelled eaves, octagonal roofs; central octagonal stack to left
turret, later rendered side stack to right. Rear of central range has
semicircular opening with central glazed door and sidelights with glazing
bars. One of a pair of similar lodges, the other to the west demolished in
Listing NGR: SE6597921604
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Source: English Heritage
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