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Description: Eydon Hall, Orangery and Service Block Approximately 40 Metres East of House
Date Listed: 4 July 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 234086
OS Grid Reference: SP5401049763
OS Grid Coordinates: 454010, 249763
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1435, -1.2122
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SP54NW Eydon Hall, orangery and
3/57 service block approx. 40m. E
Orangery. Late C18. Heightened and balustraded parapet added c.1930 by Sir
Herbert Baker. Ironstone ashlar, 5 bays with long tripartite sash windows.
Interior remodelled as a ball roan c,1930 and has fireplace and fittings of this
date. Service block adjoining at rear. Late C18 refronted on side facing house
in 1984-5. Ironstone ashlar hipped slate roof 2 storeys, 7 bays of sash windows
at rear. 3 eliptical stone arches facing house. Wooden clock turret with cupola,
the clock said to be by Ainsworth Thwaites.
Listing NGR: SP5401049763
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Source: English Heritage
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