Description: The Garden Wall with Carriage Entrance, South East of Glynde Place
Date Listed: 20 August 1965
English Heritage Building ID: 292944
OS Grid Reference: TQ4566709309
OS Grid Coordinates: 545667, 109309
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8649, 0.0686
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The garden wall with
TQ 4509 31/527A 20.8.65. Glynde Place
Built between 1755 and 1760 by John Morris of Lewes for Dr Richard Trevor,
Bishop of Durham. On the east side the wall is faced with squared knapped
flints and has 9 blind arches of red brick with a brick stringcourse between.
The carriage drive passes through the centre of the wall with on each side
of it, a gate-post of squared knapped flints edged with red brick with cornice
and plinth over, on which stands a lead figure of a wyvern. The arch immediately
on each side of each pier is a narrower than the others and set in a curve.
On the west side the wall is faced with cobbles and the gate piers wholly
with red brick.
Listing NGR: TQ4566709309
Source: English Heritage
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