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Description: Lodge to Brackenhurst Hall
Date Listed: 20 May 1992
English Heritage Building ID: 242434
OS Grid Reference: SK6943652283
OS Grid Coordinates: 469436, 352283
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0633, -0.9653
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1919-0/3/128 (East side)
Lodge to Brackenhurst Hall
Lodge. c1899. For W N Hicking. Roughcast with ashlar dressings
and slate roof. Late C17 Renaissance Revival stle. Plinth,
modillioned gables. central cruciform stack. 2 storeys, 3
bays. Cross plan. Main gable, facing Drive, has an oval
glazing bar window with 4 keystones. Below, a 3-bay Tuscan
portico covering a panelled door flanked by single casements.
Set back wings have each a single casement. West gable has a
Venetian window with keystone, and below, a cross casement.
Return angle and wing to left have similar casements. North
gable has an oval window with keystones and below, a central
close boarded door. This building is a late example of the
type, and coincides with Hicking's elevation of Brackenhurst
into Brackenhurst Hall.
(The Nottinghamshire Ciountryside: K S S train: Brackenhurst
Hall: Nottingham: 1965-).
Listing NGR: SK6943652283
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Source: English Heritage
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