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Description: Glevering Hall Orangery
Date Listed: 25 October 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 285878
OS Grid Reference: TM2987157594
OS Grid Coordinates: 629871, 257594
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1687, 1.3600
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TM 25 NE HACHESTON EASTON ROAD
25.10.51 Hall Orangery
Orangery. Early-mid C19, probably by Decimus Burton who enlarged
the Hall in 1834-5. Stone, with grey brick to north; glazed
roof. One storey. 7 bays, 2:3:2,; the bays are separated by
pilasters with coupled pilasters to the corners and an
entablature above; each bay is filled by a single large sash
window; central entrance with glazed double doors; central 3-bay
portico on Adam style columns, entablature and triangular
pediment. The roof has a central shallow glazed dome rising from
an octagonal base with sawtooth-type glazing to either side;
internally the roof is supported on slender cast iron columns
resembling palm trees. 3-bay pedimented return fronts.
Adjoining to the west is a later building which is not of special
interest. A particularly fine and intact orangery.
Listing NGR: TM2987157594
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Source: English Heritage
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