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Description: Lodge to Cothelstone House
Date Listed: 25 February 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 270292
OS Grid Reference: ST1781831416
OS Grid Coordinates: 317818, 131416
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0762, -3.1745
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ST13SE COTHELSTONE CP
3/81 Lodge to Cothelstone House
Lodge. 1818. Architect Charles Harcourt Masters. Ashlar, rendered North elevation, pyramid slate roof concealed behind
moulded parapet. Greek Revival style. Single storey. Entrance front faces East, canted bay with central Tuscan porch,
pediment and 4 panelled curved door flanked by glazing bar sashes. Angled projections between the curved bays with
empty niches and labels above; canted bays face North and South, with glazing bar sashes, all curved. North front
in-fact has 2 canted bays separated by empty niches with random rubble service wing attached to North-west. Cothelstone
House was demolished in the 1960s. (H Colvin, Biographical Dictionary, 1968; photograph NMR).
Listing NGR: ST1781831416
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Source: English Heritage
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