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Description: The Lodge and Splay Walls
Date Listed: 3 January 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 274968
OS Grid Reference: SJ9714543469
OS Grid Coordinates: 397145, 343469
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9886, -2.0440
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SJ 94 SE DILHORNE C.P. NEW ROAD (east side)
5/164 The Lodge and splay
3.1.67 walls (formerly listed as
Lodge to Dilhorne Hall)
Lodge and splay walls 1850s. Patterned red brick with moulded stone
strings and dressings; tiled roofs concealed behind Dutch gable-type
verge parapets. Tudor Gothic, single and two storey front: gabled centre
rises to two storeys flanked by octagonal turrets; coat of arms in apex
over slightly projecting stone dressed 3-light mullioned window with frieze
over Tudor-arch carriageway; sides step down to single storey with small
outer gables each with alabelled cross-form window; wide, ramped splay
walls to sides of frontage. The lodge served Dilhorne Hall which has now
Listing NGR: SJ9714543469
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Source: English Heritage
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