Description: West and East Lodges with Archway Between and Walls of Forecourt
Date Listed: 10 September 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 323640
OS Grid Reference: SE0058643802
OS Grid Coordinates: 400586, 443802
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8904, -1.9926
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SUTTON SUTTON HALL DRIVE
10.9.54 West and East Lodges
with archway between
and walls of forecourt
(formerly listed as
Entrance Gateway and
Lodge to Sutton House)
Lodges to Sutton Hall, late C19. Elaborate symmetrical Jacobethan composition.
Ashlar with slate roofs to lodges. The archway is a wide Tudor arch supported on
coupled fluted Doric pilasters, separated by straight-headed entrance from octagonal
towers with solid parapets. These have Tudor Gothic windows and porches. Outside
each tower is the main part of each lodge, with a cross-wing breaking forward. Lodge
of 2 storeys also with Tudor Gothic windows of various forms, including a 10-light
rectangular bay window to ground floor of cross-wing. Dormer window of 2 lights with
shaped gable. The rear of each lodge is similar in form, with simpler detail.
Attached to each tower is a section of wall enclosing Sutton Hall Drive, of stone with
frequent piers joined by low arcades.
Listing NGR: SE0058643802
Source: English Heritage
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