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Gate and gatepiers beside South Lodge at Coedarhydyglyn, St Georges-super-Ely

Description: Gate and gatepiers beside South Lodge at Coedarhydyglyn

Grade: II
Date Listed: 13 September 1994
Cadw Building ID: 14867

OS Grid Coordinates: 310728, 174838
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4650, -3.2853

Location: St Georges-super-Ely, The Vale of Glamorgan, The Vale of Glamorgan CF5 6SD

Locality: St Georges-super-Ely
County: Vale of Glamorgan
Country: Wales
Postcode: CF5 6SD

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Listing Text

Location
The entrance to the main drive which leads through parkland to the house; just off the lane to Drope and St Georges, a short distance N of the A48, the turning about 1 km W of Culverhouse Cross.

History
Probably contemporary with the main house built c1820. The architect is thought to be Edward Haycock the elder, architect of Shrewsbury, and the gates and gatepiers were probably also designed by him. [The adjacent lodge is later, dated 1880.]

Interior

Exterior
Single wrought-iron gate with tall dog-bars and latticework above; inverted segmental arch to the top with scrolled spandrel ornament. Fluted cast-iron gate-piers with capital and ball caps; complex closing mechanism. Pedestrian gate to north side. More ornamental than the gate midway along the S drive.

Reason for Listing
Included as part of the original design for house, garden and park and for group value with other listed items at Coedarhydyglyn.

References

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Notes:
The entrance to the main drive which leads through parkland to the house; just off the lane to Drope and St Georges, a short distance N of the A48, the turning about 1 km W of Culverhouse Cross.

Source: Cadw

Listed building text is © Crown Copyright. Reproduced under licence.




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