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South Lodge, Leicester

Description: South Lodge

Grade: II
Date Listed: 29 May 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 187549

OS Grid Reference: SK6307002014
OS Grid Coordinates: 463070, 302014
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6123, -1.0700

Location: 2 B667, Leicestershire LE2 2FB

Locality: Leicester
Local Authority: Oadby and Wigston Borough Council
County: Leicestershire
Country: England
Postcode: LE2 2FB

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Listing Text

Page 2- item 2/3
the following sentence should be added to the end of the description:-
"Remnants of blocked niches remain below render of south elevation" (Information
from O.& W.B.C.)".


SP60 SW GARTREE ROAD (North side)

2/3 South Lodge



Gate Lodge to former park of Stoughton Grange (demolished.) Late C18.
Stucco painted white with black painted details with pyramidal slate roof with
central stack with moulded capping. Projecting wing with hipped roof and
chimney stack to west. Entrance front has asymmetrically placed doorway with
blind window and a single lancet with angle shafts, capitals and arch moulding
to the right. Large pointed arch in niches of identical design at either end
of the front. The south elevation faces the road: 3 bays with the wider
central bay slightly recessed within which is triple Lancet window. Single
Light to each side and central double light, with ornate glazing bars.
Double faucet window in west wing, altered. The design of this lodge is a
reduced and simplified version of Stoughton Grange elevations in the late C18.

Listing NGR: SK6307002014

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Source: English Heritage

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