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The Lodge, Sculthorpe

Description: The Lodge

Grade: II
Date Listed: 16 January 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 223626

OS Grid Reference: TF9108031963
OS Grid Coordinates: 591080, 331963
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8512, 0.8363

Location: B1105, Sculthorpe, Norfolk NR21 9NW

Locality: Sculthorpe
Local Authority: North Norfolk District Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR21 9NW

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Listing Text


The Lodge


House c1800. Whitewashed brick south facade. Flint with brick dressed returns and
rere. Black glased pantiled roof. Two storey U plan farmhouse in Samuel Wyatt
Holkham estate style, now divided into cottages. South front with central bay broken
forward. Ground floor outer bays with tripartite sashes recessed under semi-circular
brick arches, to north plate glass to south retaining glazing bars. One C19 plate
glass sash. Central porch with thin wooden columns with capitals and entablature all
of Greek Doric derivation. Recessed 4 panelled door, 2 panels glazed. First floor
4 plate glass sash windows. Prominent Tuscan eaves with paired modillions. Shallow
hipped roof with 2 stacks on ridges. To east 3 bay return with 4 sashes with glazing
bars and 2 plate glass sashes. Brick and flint north extension with 2 plate glass
sashes. West return with 4 sashes with glazing bars, and to courtyard formed by
2 north wings a tripartite sash with glazing bars under semi-circular arch. Modillion
cornice runs round whole building.

Listing NGR: TF9108031963

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Source: English Heritage

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