Description: Weston Lodge
Date Listed: 9 April 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 306012
OS Grid Reference: SP2754134405
OS Grid Coordinates: 427541, 234405
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0074, -1.6002
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5/78 Weston Lodge( known also as
Lodge. c.1830. Perhaps designed by E. Blore. Squared and shaped coursed
limestone with moulded plinth, string course, polygonal corner turrets, moulded
eaves cornice and embattled parapet. Pyramidal slate roof with canted finial.
Polygonal stone and brick end stacks. Domestic Tudor style. 2-storey, one-window
range of 2-light mullioned windows, each of 2 four-centred arched lights, with
hood moulds and labels. 4-centred arched doorway in embattled ashlar porch with
buttress to right and carved spandrels. Plank door. Canted bay with embattled
parapet to left facade. Further 2-light mullioned window above, and in gabled
range to rear. Interior not inspected. History: lodge in Weston House by E.
Blore, now demolished.
Listing NGR: SP2754134405
Source: English Heritage
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