Description: Temple Lodge
Date Listed: 1 August 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 322934
OS Grid Reference: NZ1673800975
OS Grid Coordinates: 416738, 500975
Latitude/Longitude: 54.4040, -1.7436
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1549 (West Side)
NZ 1600 NE 5/61 1.8.52.
'Gothick' building in stone, much overgrown with creeper. A tvo-storey
turreted and crenellated centre, with one two-light pointed window and
two niches to the upper storey and a bay on the ground floor. Arcaded
wings of five bays with a small pavilion at either end, of one storey,
so overgrown that no detail is visible. Above the arcade is a crenellated
parapet, with the upper storey behind it, the right hand having three
windows and two and three pointed lights, and the left hand appearing
to be a slightly later facsimile. Welsh slate roofs to all. Said to
be by John Yorke 1769, enlarged mid C19. (Pevsnor).
Listing NGR: NZ1673800975
Source: English Heritage
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