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Description: Brereton Lodge
Date Listed: 7 July 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 327582
OS Grid Reference: NZ8324401346
OS Grid Coordinates: 483244, 501346
Latitude/Longitude: 54.4008, -0.7192
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GOATHLAND GOATHLAND VILLAGE
20/106 Brereton Lodge
Shooting lodge, now house. c.1902. By W.H.Brierley for W.Brooke.
Dressed sandstone rubble with sandstone ashlar quoins and dressings, and
stone slate roof. Four wings around an open square courtyard. South
front - 2 storeys, 4 trays, the left end one a projecting, full-height
crossgable. Left-of-centre board door with 2-light window to left; two
4-light windows to right. 3-light windows above. Crossgable has jettied
first floor on corbels and 4-light windows on both floors. Centre right
stack. West front - 2 storey, 2-window central range between gable walls
of flanking ranges; right gable wall has full-height projecting porch.
Porch first floor jettied on corbels with 3-light windows on both floors:
board door in south side beneath 1-light window. Right gable wall has
2-light ground floor window and 1-light window on first floor. Porch
corbel table continues across right gable wall as moulded first floor
string. Left gable wall has 2-light ground floor window and 3-light first
floor window. In central range, ground floor has group of four lights to
right of 4-light window, and 2-light window on first floor to right of
3-light window. Ridge stacks at each end of central range. East front -
2-storey, 1-window gable wall to left of 2-storey, 4-bay range with
irregular fenestration. Left-of-centre and left end stacks. Windows
throughout are mullioned with square-leaded casement lights in hollow-
chamfered surrounds. Ground floor windows (except those in crossgables)
have flat hoodmoulds. Plain bargeboards to all gables. Interior not
inspected but Sales Particulars of 1984 refer to Art Deco fire surrounds
in Drawing- and Sitting- rooms, a galleried landing and an oak staircase
with carved balusters. W.Shaw Sparrow, The Modern House, c.1904, p.40.
Listing NGR: NZ8324401346
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Source: English Heritage
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