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Description: Westwood Lodge
Date Listed: 25 October 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 285524
OS Grid Reference: TM4646573715
OS Grid Coordinates: 646465, 273715
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3062, 1.6139
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TM 47 SE BLYTHBURGH
4/8 Westwood Lodge (formerly
listed as Blythburgh
25.10.51 Lodge including stables)
Former manor house. West wing mid C16, east wing added 1652-6, central section
also mid C17; considerably altered, especially in mid C19 when the original
crowstepped gables were removed, the eaves raised (except on the east side of
the west wing), a new roof built over the old one and the white brick facade
added. H shape plan. Red brick, the east wing with traces of the original
diaper work in dark headers, white brick facade to south; slated roof with
hipped gables to south, some glazed pantiles to west wing. 2 storeys and attic.
South front has 5 window range, 1:3:1, mostly sashes, some casements, flat
brick arches; small asymmetrical entrance porch with stone cornice and brick
balustrade above; 4-panel door, rectangular fanlight. West wing with some
original window openings with hood moulds and one original doorway; crowstepped
gable to north, only the east slope (with base of pinnacle at eaves level)
being original. 2 massive external stacks to west wing, one to east wing, the
upper sections rebuilt in C19. Interior of west wing has fine heavily beamed
ground floor ceiling.
Listing NGR: TM4646573715
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Source: English Heritage
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