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Description: Tudor Lodge
Date Listed: 8 July 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 216979
OS Grid Reference: SP0853282422
OS Grid Coordinates: 408532, 282422
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4397, -1.8759
SP 08 SE 12/18
Dated 1916. A large vernacular revival house expensively finished with high quality
of materials and Birmingham Arts and Crafts detailing. Three ranges on an obtuse
angle plan, the subsidiary range extending to the north-west. Two storeys and attics.
Thin red bricks to ground floor with stone dressings and stone slate hanging to
oversailing first floor. Lofty brick external chimney stacks with tall grouped
diagonally set shafts and grouped shafts on ridges. Steep pitch gable end tiled roof,
and oversailing gables with stone slate hanging to asymmetrical gabled breaks.
Timber-framed 2 storey gabled porch set against gable end of east range. Leaded
casement windows throughout some in hipped roof semi dormers, stone mullions to those
on ground floor. The east front has first floor stone slate hanging swept out to
form ground floor verandah and the gabled block to right has a 2 storey polygonal
oriel window. The house stands in a large garden on a corner site with Oxford Road.
Listing NGR: SP0853282422
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Source: English Heritage
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