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Archway Approximately 160 Metres West South West of County Hall, Norwich

Description: Archway Approximately 160 Metres West South West of County Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 8 April 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 228738

OS Grid Reference: TG2378506927
OS Grid Coordinates: 623785, 306927
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6140, 1.3041

Location: 47 Netherwood Green, Norwich, Norfolk NR1 2HB

Locality: Norwich
Local Authority: Norwich City Council
County: Norfolk
Country: England
Postcode: NR1 2HB

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Listing Text

TG 20 NW/TG 23780692 NORWICH
4/2A Archway approximately
160 metres west south
west of County Hall
- II
Garden building in grounds of County Hall (formerly of Bracondale Lodge
demolished in 1960s). Circa 1800, re-using late C12 and C14 carved stone
mouldings of ecclesiastical provenance. Designed either by William Wilkins
(sen), architect of Bracondale Lodge, or by Humphry Repton who designed the
landscape. Flint and brick with ashlar dressings and faced with ashlar to
eastern side. 2 centred archway with pediment above. Roll-moulded archway
and a C14 octofoil opening in tympanum above. Moulded cornices. Inscription
with letters M.C.I. in tympanum. See G. Carter, P. Goode and K. Laurie,
Humphry Repton Landscape Gardener 1752-1818, Exhibition Catalogue: Sainsbury
Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich and Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 1982,

Listing NGR: TG2378506927

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Source: English Heritage

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