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Description: The North East Lodge Gates and Gate Piers of Heathfield Park
Date Listed: 30 August 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 295188
OS Grid Reference: TQ5943321650
OS Grid Coordinates: 559433, 121650
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9722, 0.2695
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HEATHFIELD BATTLE ROAD
The north-east Lodge
gates and gate-piers
of Heathfield Park
(formerly listed as
The North Lodge and
TQ 52 SE 3/792C 30.8.66 Gates)
The Lodge was designed by John Crunden for Francis Newbery in 1792. A small
square builing of 1 storey. Ashlar. Wide over-hanging eaves. Hipped slate
roof. The north-west front has a projecting porch with a pediment and segmental
arch with keystone. On each side of the porch is a small round-headed casement
window. The north-east front has a similar but not projecting archway containing
a round window flanked by pilasters, with a round-headed window on one side
and a niche on the other. To the north-east of the Lodge is a pair of wrought
iron gates to the carriage drive set in stone piers with ball caps and on
each side of these a pedestrian gate.
Listing NGR: TQ5943321650
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Source: English Heritage
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