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Description: Marton Lodge Farmhouse
Date Listed: 9 January 1976
English Heritage Building ID: 166200
OS Grid Reference: TA1919769446
OS Grid Coordinates: 519197, 469446
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1071, -0.1783
5268 MARTON GATE
Marton Lodge Farmhouse
TA 16 NE 7/315
Farmhouse mainly of mid-late C19 on earlier rear. 2 storeys in brick with pantiled
roof. Main (south) elevation, to right, has 1 window with marginal glazing bars
below arched dripmould, the arch being filled with ornamental fish-scale tiles.
Similar tiles to hood over 1 window and double door, rectangular fanlight. Left
hand breaks forward with, to left 2 windows over 2 (those to the ground longer)
and to right a canted bay of 3 long lights, marginal lights, roof of fish scale
tiles, carved bracket. The rear elevation includes an earlier portion, probably
C18 or early C19, which has brick band between 1st floor attics, windows of 2 and
3 lights, hood sashes with glazing bars. Door of panels in wood moulded surround,
A large complex of l-storey C19 farm buildings to the north. Said to have been
the inspiration for Anerley Farm in R D Blackmore's novel 'Mary Anerley' (1880).
Listing NGR: TA1919769446
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Source: English Heritage
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