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Description: Church Lodge and Gates and Gatepiers Adjoining the North East Corner
Date Listed: 16 March 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 33598
OS Grid Reference: ST4896271942
OS Grid Coordinates: 348962, 171942
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4442, -2.7357
ST 47 SE WRAXALL WRAXALL HILL (west side)
3/207 Church Lodge and Gates and
Gatepiers adjoining the north-
G.V. east corner
Lodge, probably the former school cottage. Dated 1823 for Robert Vaughan of
Wraxall Lodge (Court). Rendered; slate roof with overhanging eaves; rendered
stacks. L-plan with a gabled cross wing to the north; in a late Gothic style.
Two single light windows with cusped heads. Gabled projecting porch in moulded
ashlar surround with a pointed head. The cross wing has a 1:3:1 light bay
window on the ground floor, cusped pointed heads, 2-light casement on the first
floor with an inscribed plaque above. From the north-east corner cast iron
gothick gates and gatepiers with spear finials extend across the entrance to the
Listing NGR: ST4896571943
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Source: English Heritage
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