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Description: Goodwood Golf Clubhouse
Date Listed: 5 June 1958
English Heritage Building ID: 300955
OS Grid Reference: SU8817509096
OS Grid Coordinates: 488175, 109096
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8746, -0.7481
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LAVANT GOODWOOD PARK
SU 80 NE
13/371 Goodwood Golf Clubhouse
and Kennels Cottage
Built as the Kennels of Goodwood Park in 1787 and designed by James Wyatt.
The main front faces the park to the south east. Two storeys. Eleven windows.
Faced with square knapped flints with white brick dressings. Slate roof. The
centre portion of three windows projects slightly, is faced with white brick
and has a modillion cornice, low parapet, hipped roof, and a large round-headed
archway with pediment over which cuts into the centre first floor window above.
The windows on each side of the arch are square-headed. All the other windows
on ground floor are high round-headed sash windows in yellow brick arcading.
The first floor windows are wider than they are high. Glazing bars intact.
The end window-bays project with a pediment over each. On the north west side
there are two L-shaped projections. The south one is only of one storey and
one window. But the north one (Kennels Cottage) is a long wing of two storeys
and six windows. The building has the date 1787 and the Richmond Arms in stone
Listing NGR: SU8817509096
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Source: English Heritage
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