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Description: Heveningham Hall Gate Lodges
Date Listed: 7 December 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 285340
OS Grid Reference: TM3623471698
OS Grid Coordinates: 636234, 271698
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2926, 1.4628
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TM 37 SE SIBTON HALESWORTH ROAD
2/102 Heveningham Hall Gate
Gateway to Heveningham Hall, with flanking pair of gate lodges. Dated 1787 on
Coade stone embellishment; probably by James Wyatt. Ashlar gate piers,
square, each with embellished frieze, moulded cornice and surmounted by a
stone urn. Wrought iron gate with matching railings to either side linking
the piers with the lodges. Lodges: stucco on brick, pyramidal felt - covered
roof with stack at the apex. Single storey, square on plan. Fluted Coade
stone frieze enriched with swags, etc., dentil cornice; to the front is a
blocked window with raised surround, fluted Coade stone frieze and cornice.
Each return front facing the driveway has a doorway with cornice on enriched
console brackets and 6-panel fielded door. Living accommodation was provided
in a wing to the right hand side of the right hand lodge.
Listing NGR: TM3623471698
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Source: English Heritage
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