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Description: Waterperry House, Garden Bridge Approximately 150 Metres to North East
Date Listed: 5 June 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 246723
OS Grid Reference: SP6301706413
OS Grid Coordinates: 463017, 206413
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7529, -1.0885
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6/203 Waterperry House, garden
bridge approx. 150m. to NE
Garden bridge. C18. Limestone ashlar and coursed squared rubble; brick interior.
Ashlar central section has 4 Doric half-columns supporting a triglyph
entablature; the outer bays have round-headed niches which flank the central
round-headed entrance and a projecting tablet. Rubble abutments. Rear is of
rubble, with squared quoins and cornice to the central section which breaks
forward slightly. Central entrance has wide round-arched surround in heavy
chamfered rustication, Interior: Tunnel has central octagonal chamber with
saucer vault. The front now forms the background to a small amphitheatre but the
tunnel formerly formed part of a sunken walk.
Listing NGR: SP6301706413
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Source: English Heritage
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