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Description: Lodge, Gates and Railings to South Rauceby Hall
Date Listed: 27 September 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 192738
OS Grid Reference: TF0244446111
OS Grid Coordinates: 502444, 346111
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0025, -0.4748
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TF 04 NW SOUTH RAUCEBY TOM LANE
2/103 Lodge, gates and
27.9.83 railings to South
Lodge, gate and railings to South Rauceby Hall. 1877, in the Tudor taste,
probably by William Burn for A. Peacock Wilson. Limestone ashlar, slate
roofs with lead dressings and raised stone coped gables with vasiform
finials. Wrought iron. Single double and triple funnelled octagonal ashlar
ridge stacks with moulded cornices. Single storey 3 bay front having
moulded cornice, plain parapet, vasiform finials and gable to left. To left
a single canted bay with pierced balustrade and containing a cross
mullioned window flanked by single transomed lights. To right is a further
cross mullioned window and beyond is a transomed light. All windows have
chamfered surrounds and ovolo moulded mullions. To right side is a
rectangular bay containing a 4 light mullioned and transomed window. The
attached gateway has a pair of wrought iron gates with lyre shaped panels
flanked by single matching pedestrian gates, all supported by 4 rusticated
square piers with moulded cornices and ball finials. Beyond to the right, a
low wall with plinth supports an 8 bay screen fence with spear head points
and terminates in square ashlar piers matching the rest.
Listing NGR: TF0244446111
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Source: English Heritage
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