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Ivy Lodge, Market Lavington

Description: Ivy Lodge

Grade: II
Date Listed: 25 March 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 312052

OS Grid Reference: SU0178454445
OS Grid Coordinates: 401784, 154445
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2891, -1.9758

Locality: Market Lavington
County: Wiltshire
Country: England
Postcode: SN10 4AF

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Listing Text

SU 0054-0154
(north side)
12/147 No 85, (Ivy Lodge)
House. Late C17 and 1832. Greensand rubble with brick side
elevations, slate roof. Two storeys, reducing to single storey and
basement on right. Three bays. Central stair hall plan with
kitchen to right, parlour to left, and rear wing on left converted
to drawing room and second entrance in early C19. Re-entrant angle
infilled with dairy, now general purpose room. Central half-glazed
door within wide arched porch. Twenty-paned sashes, the upper
floor having brick patching from an earlier scheme of fenestration.
Right front added early C19, windows etcetera said to come from
Erlestoke Manor, re-erected here approximately half metre in front
of original end. This has central door within metal lattice porch,
and flanking large 12-paned sashes and arched brick lintels. Roof
Interior remodelled 1832 (new dwelling extension referred to in
deeds). Left room of earlier work has angle stack and binder with
stop and scoop chamfer stops. Main chamber above has similar beam
with double leaf shaped stops, bar and pellets. Stair split to
upper and lower levels, with high early C19 drawing room with
cornice. Front has butt and threaded purlin roof.

Listing NGR: SU0178454445

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Source: English Heritage

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