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Description: Gate Lodge with Attached Walls and Gates to Kepwick Hall
Date Listed: 2 February 1990
Date Delisted: 30 July 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 332552
OS Grid Reference: SE4711890930
OS Grid Coordinates: 447118, 490930
Latitude/Longitude: 54.3118, -1.2773
KEPWICK MAIN STREET
2/23A Gate Lodge
walls and gates
to Kepwick Hall
The entry shall be deleted from the list.
KEPWICK MAIN STREET
SE 49 SE
2/23A GATE LODGE WITH
ATTACHED WALLS AND
GATES TO KEPWICK HALL
Gate lodge with attached walls and gates. 1888. Designed by Goodacre. Tudor
Revival style. Coursed rubble with ashlar dressings, slate roofs, coped gables
with ball finials and one ridge and one lateral stone stacks with moulded tops.
Quoins and chamfered plinth. L-plan with a battlemented 2-storey porch filling
the re-entrant angle. 2 storey. South entrance front, 2 bays with a slightly
projecting bay to the left topped by battlements, with a moulded 4-centred arched
doorway with above a small fixed light. The right bay is gabled with a 4-light
chamfered mullion window with iron casements and Tudor hood-mould, above a similar
3-light window. The west front has to the left a slightly projecting gabled wing
with a 3-light canted stone bay window with a stone hipped roof and chamfered
mullion windows with iron casements above a similar 3-light mullion window under a
Tudor hood mould. Above in the gable a small square plaque bearing the family's
coat-of-arms. Attached to the south west corner a metre high wall with moulded
coping, then a pair of square gate piers with blank panels and ball finials, plus
a pair of ornate 'Baroque' style iron gates, beyond the wall continues with an
attached square tower with battlements and a small fixed light. A long low wall
stretches 20 metres to the west.
Listing NGR: SE4711890930
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Source: English Heritage
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