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Description: East Lodge, Compton Castle
Date Listed: 24 March 1961
English Heritage Building ID: 263341
OS Grid Reference: ST6516826117
OS Grid Coordinates: 365168, 126117
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0334, -2.4981
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COMPTON PAUNCEFOOT CP _
East Lodge, Compton Castle
Lodge or gatehouse. Circa 1825. Cary rubble and Doulting stone ashlar; flat or near-flat roof behind parapets; chimney
stacks hidden. Two storeys, 3-bay convex angled south-east facade flanked by circular turrets. Plinth, string course,
to roof line, battlemented parapets: 2-light Y-traceried chamfered mullioned Gothick arched windows with arched labels
having square stops, one to each angle face and each level, except lower bay 2, which has a projecting flat roofed
porch with pointed arched doorway in rectangular hollowed-reveal opening, and moulded coping and side panels: fully
glazed door. Interior and rear elevation not accessible at time of survey (March 1985). Part of the c1825 reshaping of
the older Compton Lodge estate by Mr Hussey Hunt.
Listing NGR: ST6516826117
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Source: English Heritage
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