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Description: The Garden Pavilions and Connecting Wall
Date Listed: 29 December 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 182909
OS Grid Reference: SD6918138842
OS Grid Coordinates: 369181, 438842
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8449, -2.4699
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SD 63 NE AIGHTON, BAILEY & STONYHURST
8/22 The Garden Pavilions and
Pair of garden pavilions, c.1700. Sandstone ashlar with lead roofs.
Of square plan. Each has chamfered quoins, a moulded cornice with
modillions and egg and dart enrichment, and a concave-sided pyramid roof
topped by the Bayley eagle. On their front walls a door architrave is
flanked by narrow architraves with false keystones, to sashed windows
with glazing bars. Above them are blank raised panels. The door
architrave has a grotesque face carved on the lintel, with an urn and
festoon above. The other walls are of 2 bays each with window architraves
and with blank panels above. The pavilions are linked by a low brick
wall with stone coping, wooden railings, and fluted stone posts with
acorn and pine cone finials.
Listing NGR: SD6917738839
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Source: English Heritage
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