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West Stone Lodge and East Stone Lodge with Attached Walls, Gates and Railings, Rise

Description: West Stone Lodge and East Stone Lodge with Attached Walls, Gates and Railings

Grade: II
Date Listed: 16 December 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 166698

OS Grid Reference: TA1481141915
OS Grid Coordinates: 514811, 441915
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8608, -0.2557

Location: Rise Road, Rise, East Riding of Yorkshire HU11 5BJ

Locality: Rise
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: HU11 5BJ

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Listing Text

TA 14 SW
(south side)
2/22 West Stone Lodge and East
Stone Lodge with attached
walls, gates and railings
16.12.66 (formerly listed as North
Lodge entrance to Rise
- II
Pair of lodges with walls, gates and railings adjoining. Early C19 with
later additions and alterations. Sandstone ashlar with Welsh slate roofs
and wrought-iron gates and railings. Probably by Robert Abraham for the
Bethell family with ironwork by Watson and Pritchett of York. Lodges square
on plan between walls curved on plan approximately 5 metres long by 1.75
metres high. Double gates and railings in between the lodges. Walls have
square end piers surmounted by low pyramidal caps; piers and walls have
plinth and moulded cornice. Lodges, alike: entrance to inner return a 6-
fielded-panel door with overlight with vertical glazing bars between 8-pane
sashes with ashlar aprons. Front facade, plinth. Central recess with 12-
pane sash over ashlar apron, between 2 Ionic columns supporting continuous
frieze, cornice and blocking course. Peaked roof. Central stack. Similar
facade to rear. Gates and railings, alike: railings extend for
approximately 0.5 metres to a pedestrian gate flanked by piers, inner piers
with central double gates between. Gates and railings have bars and dogbars
surmounted by spear heads with 5 levels of rails between, those to top and
centre with hollow circles between. Ornamental iron piers.

Listing NGR: TA1481141915

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Source: English Heritage

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