Description: West Lodges and Gate
Date Listed: 23 November 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 251489
OS Grid Reference: SU2395297331
OS Grid Coordinates: 423952, 197331
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6742, -1.6550
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SU2397 Buscot Park, West Lodges
5/28 and gate.
Pair of lodges and gate. Westernmost lodge. Circa 1780 remodelled in 1934-
5 by Geddes Hyslop when a second lodge was built to east to form a pair.
The result is a 1930s adaptation of late Georgian neo-Classicism. Fine
ashlar with dentil cornices and hipped slate roofs. L shaped plans of 2
storeys with relieving arches on three sides within which are heavily keyed
sash windows. 2nd Baron Faringdon's coronet over both roadside windows. 2
panelled stone gatepiers with moulded cornices and shaped tops. Good 1930s
Listing NGR: SU2395297331
Source: English Heritage
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