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Description: 8a, Westbourne Road B15
Date Listed: 8 July 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 217792
OS Grid Reference: SP0514185514
OS Grid Coordinates: 405141, 285514
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4675, -1.9257
SP 0585 NW 39/14
Lodge to now demolished house. Originally Tudor of C1840 but remodelled in a
High Victorian Gothic C1870. Diapered red and blue brick; patterned tile
roof. Of the earlier period the two 4 centred arches at the angle and the
2 mullioned windows with traceried iron glazing bars on the side to the drive
(now represented by St George's Close). Towards the road, a square projection
of the later date carrying an apsidal tourelle with 5 lancet windows of red
and blue brick banded with stone and a steep spire with iron finial.
Towards the drive, the later period is represented by a steep gable attached
to the tourelle and projecting on brackets over the earlier work. In it a
hipped rectangular oriel window on brackets.
Listing NGR: SP0514185514
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Source: English Heritage
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