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Description: Lodges Linked by Flanking Walls to East Front of Aston Hall
Date Listed: 25 April 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 216752
OS Grid Reference: SP0799489815
OS Grid Coordinates: 407994, 289815
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5062, -1.8836
Lodges linked by
flanking walls to
east front of
(formerly listed as
SP 08 NE 7/5 25.4.52
2. Circa 1635 or possibly a slightly later C17 addition. Brick walls step down
from the outer corners of the wings on the entrance front extending east to
terminate in the lodges creating a symmetrical formed frame to the approach
to the Hall. Weathered brick coping to walls. The lodges are small on a
square plan but of 2 storeys red and diapered brick with stone dressings.
Two storey oriel bays to front with strapwork cresting and shaped finialed
gables as on Hall. External chimney stacks to outer sides with clustered
Listing NGR: SP0799389814
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Source: English Heritage
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