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Description: Haselor Lodge and Attached Farmbuildings
Date Listed: 1 February 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 305462
OS Grid Reference: SP1350356370
OS Grid Coordinates: 413503, 256370
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2054, -1.8038
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HASELOR STRATFORD ROAD
SP15NW (North side)
77/112 Haselor Lodge and attached
01/02/67 farm buildings
(Formerly listed as Haselor
Farmhouse and attached farm buildings. Early C19. Brick with moulded stone
cornice. Slate hipped roofs; brick stacks. Symmetrical central staircase plan
with wings arid pavilions. Neoclassical style. 2 storeys; one storey wings and
taller pavilions; farmhouse is 3-window range. Central double-leaf part-glazed
6-panelled door and stone Tuscan porch of 2 baseless columns and pilasters.
Sashes, 16-pane on ground floor, with stone sills and brick flat arches.
Strongly projecting cornice and shallow parapet. Right wing has 6-panelled door
under brick segmental arch. Left wing has blocked doorway. Small window.
Pavilions have blank round arches and sunk panels above. Shallow pyramid roofs
with square boarded lanterns and weathervanes. Return sides have blank arches.
Left pavilion has casement and small window above; right pavilion has Diocletian
window. To real: Farmhouse has flat 6-panelled, part-glazed door and C20
casements; central window largely blocked. Single storey ranges have casements.
Open verandah on right. Single stormy ranges at right angles: on left loose
boxes, on right shorter range of pigsties. Forms part of a planned farmstead
including cartshed, granary, barn and stable (q.v.).
(Buildings of England: Warwickshire, p.308).
Listing NGR: SP1350356370
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Source: English Heritage
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