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Lodge at Yew Tree Avenue Clipsham Park Wood, Clipsham

Description: Lodge at Yew Tree Avenue Clipsham Park Wood

Grade: II
Date Listed: 21 February 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 186601

OS Grid Reference: SK9802216880
OS Grid Coordinates: 498022, 316880
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7407, -0.5495

Locality: Clipsham
County: Rutland
Country: England
Postcode: NG33 4SN

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Listing Text



4/32 Lodge at Yew Tree Avenue,
Clipsham Park Wood


Lodge of c1860. Coursed squared stone with stone plinth and dressings
and plain tile pyramid roof with central moulded stone stack of 4 grouped
flues. 1 storey of a 6/6 sash window either side a door with stone canopy.
6/6 sash on left end and 2 similar on right end. A wall joins similar
smaller 1 storey building at rear. Single flued central stack. This
lodge is at the entrance to the unique yew tree topiary avenue, formerly
a drive to Clipsham Hall, and forms a group with the piers and gates

Listing NGR: SK9802216880

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Source: English Heritage

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