Description: Rectory Lodge and Wall Box
Date Listed: 17 May 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 271027
OS Grid Reference: ST1605525052
OS Grid Coordinates: 316055, 125052
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0187, -3.1981
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4/142 Rectory Lodge and wall box
(previously listed under Norton
Lodge to Heathfield Rectory (qv). Circa 1860. Probably by Edward Jeboult. Squared and
coursed local stone Ham stone quoins and dressings, patterned clay tiles, decorative
bargeboards, octagonal stacks left gable end and centre of right cross gable. T-plan.
Single storey, 2-light casement left of entrance, right gable of cross wing 3-light
pointed arch wooden mullions in pyramid roofed canted bay, patterned clay tiles,
trefoil in gable end, bell cast patterned clay tile gabled porch, decorative wooden
supports on stone plinth, half glazed door. Right return, single-light window left,
gabled top to mullioned and transomed window right. Relatively unaltered lodge in
same style as nearby Rectory,Wallbox, C19, sited in cross gable end.
Listing NGR: ST1605525052
Source: English Heritage
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