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East Lavant Lodge, Woodhouse and Yard and Garden Walls, Lavant

Description: East Lavant Lodge, Woodhouse and Yard and Garden Walls

Grade: II
Date Listed: 28 January 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 300934

OS Grid Reference: SU8711508838
OS Grid Coordinates: 487115, 108838
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8725, -0.7633

Location: Middlefield Lane, Lavant, West Sussex PO18 0AW

Locality: Lavant
Local Authority: Chichester District Council
County: West Sussex
Country: England
Postcode: PO18 0AW

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Listing Text

SU 8608-8708
37/881 No 6 East Lavant Lodge,
- Woodhouse and Yard and
Garden walls

- II

Cottage, former Goodwood Estate cottage or cottages. Early to mid-C19. Flint
walls with yellow brick dressings to front wall and partly yellow and partly
red brick dressings to rear; 1st floor with later tile hanging. Plain tile
hipped roof, sash windows four panes wide front elevation with four first floor
sash windows. On ground floor two sash windows cambered heads and doorways
in outer bays; half-glazed and panelled door to NW and late C19 or early C20
gabled porch in front of two panelled door to SE. Sash windows with glazing
bars and a blocked doorway in rear elevation; also brick lean-to with large
modern window. INTERIOR retains simple C19 four panelled doors and architrave
frames and C19 cupboard doors on ground and first floors; C19 fireplace
surrounds in easternmost and middle first floor bedrooms. The rear elevation
of the cottage is connected by flint yard walls to a woodhouse/washhouse on
NE, the SE yard wall of apparently earlier date and the NW yard wall of similar
appearance to the house walls. Single storey NE woodhouse/washhouse with a
front wall of alternate bands of red brick and flint and of earlier construction
than the other three walls, which are of flint with yellow brick eaves course.
Front wall with two C19 ledged doors and two two-light windows with transoms,
the windows of similar style to those in East Lavant Lodge. Attached to the
SE angle of No 6 Lavant Lodge is a high wall of flint, which forms the east
boundary to the gardens to No 6 Lavant Lodge and East Lavant Lodge, running
south and being attached to the SE pavilion of East Lavant Lodge (for East
Lavant Lodge see separate list description).

Listing NGR: SU8711508838

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Source: English Heritage

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