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Description: The Lodge, Gateway and Entrance Walls of West Dean Park to the North East of the House
Date Listed: 28 January 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 301421
OS Grid Reference: SU8629912813
OS Grid Coordinates: 486299, 112813
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9083, -0.7739
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WEST DEAN CHICHESTER ROAD
SU 8612-8712 (south side)
33/216B The Lodge, Gateway and
Entrance Walls of West Dean
- Park to the north east of
The Lodge was probably designed by James Wyatt in 1804. Two storeys. Two
windows. Faced with flints. Hipped thatched roof. Tall red brick chimney.
Casement windows of two round-headed lights with 'rustic' wooden mullions
and transoms. The Gateway adjoining to the west is late C19, probably
designed by Sir Ernest George and Harold Peto in 1893. Square gate piers
faced with flints with stone ball caps flanking the drive. Elaborate pair of
wrought iron gates comprising double carriage gates flanked by smaller
pedestrian gates. On each side of these are curved flint walls, probably
of early C19 date.
Listing NGR: SU8629912813
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Source: English Heritage
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