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Description: South Entrance Gates, Piers and Lodges Approximately 1240 Metres South West of Thame Park House
Date Listed: 16 June 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 248435
OS Grid Reference: SP7059503084
OS Grid Coordinates: 470595, 203084
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7220, -0.9794
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SP70SM (East side)
4/8 South entrance gates, piers
and lodges approx. 1240m. SW
of Thame Park House
Gates with lodges. c.1830, possibly by D. Harris and R. Abrahan. Wrought-iron
double gates with gothic tracery. North and south lodges, ashlar stone; slate
double-depth roofs; stone stacks with quatrefoil panels to top. Single-storey,
2-window ranges to driveway. Ribbed and studded wood doors to centre with gabled
stone porches with 4-centred archways. Lancet windows to left and right.
Elevations to road form symmetrical composition with gates. Octagonal piers to
gates, having battlemented tops. 3-bay range to left has 12-pane windows to left
and centre. Recessed cross to right. 4-bay range to right has 4-centre arched
pedestrian doorway to left, 12-pane windows to right and right of centre.
Recessed cross to left of centre. Both elevations have battlemented parapets.
Interiors not inspected.
Listing NGR: SP7059503084
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Source: English Heritage
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