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Description: Easthorpe Lodge and Easthorpe Court
Date Listed: 9 February 1973
English Heritage Building ID: 242353
OS Grid Reference: SK7067953591
OS Grid Coordinates: 470679, 353591
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0749, -0.9465
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1919-0/11/54 (South side)
Easthorpe Lodge and Easthorpe Court
(Formerly Listed as:
House, now 2 houses. Late C18 and early C19. Billiard room
1922. Brick, partly rendered and colourwashed, with stone
dressings and hipped slate roofs. Main block has plinth , deep
eaves and 2 rendered stacks. Windows are glazing bar sashes,
those to front and rear with keystones. 2 storey west front
has 3 sashes. Central Tuscan porch with panelled door and
fanlight, flanked by single full-height sashes. Garden front,
to south, has to right a 2 storey semicircular bay window with
3 sashes on each floor. To left, a C20 conservatory. East
range has cogged and rebated eaves and 2 side wall stacks.
Scattered fenestration. Off-centre hipped wing with a
round-headed stair light and a casement with glazing bars. To
its right, a C20 canted bay window and a round-headed doorway
with panelled door and overlight. North side has to right a
balustraded single storey billiard room and beyond, a C19
canted bay window altered to form a porch. Interior has dogleg
stair with cut string and stick balusters. Stairwell has
dentilled cornice. Hallway has moulded cornice and foliate
ceiling boss. Study, to right front, has moulded wood wall
panels and reeded plaster cornice and ceiling. Classical
fireplace and C19 grate. Drawing rooom, to right rear, has
anaglypta Adam style frieze and ceiling, annd Classical wooden
Listing NGR: SK7067953591
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Source: English Heritage
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