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Icehouse Lodge

A Grade II Listed Building in Saffron Walden, Essex

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.0186 / 52°1'6"N

Longitude: 0.2288 / 0°13'43"E

OS Eastings: 553035

OS Northings: 237920

OS Grid: TL530379

Mapcode National: GBR MC2.JMV

Mapcode Global: VHHL3.XJ9D

Entry Name: Icehouse Lodge

Listing Date: 5 September 1972

Last Amended: 31 October 1994

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1196112

English Heritage Legacy ID: 370372

Location: Saffron Walden, Uttlesford, Essex, CB11

County: Essex

District: Uttlesford

Civil Parish: Saffron Walden

Traditional County: Essex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Essex

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Listing Text


SAFFRON WALDEN

TL53NW AUDLEY END ROAD, Audley End
669-1/3/333 Icehouse Lodge
05/09/72
(Formerly Listed as:
AUDLEY END
Icehouse Lodge)

GV II

Lodge on S side of Audley End Park, adjacent to gateway (qv)
and contiguous with S boundary wall of the park (qv). 1827.
Possibly by Buckler and Rickman. Brick, red and yellow, and
flint with clay tiled roof. Single storey and attic. T shaped
plan of original building aligned N-S and C20 extension
central on E side.
W front elevation: yellow brick, symmetrical 2 window range of
double casements in chamfered reveals with labels, wooden
frames with hollow chamfered central mullion, glazing bars,
4x4 panes, flush-work knapped flint panels round windows.
Central projecting red brick porch with diagonal buttresses,
parapet and moulded string course lifted in centre over
roundel. Archway has 4-centred arched head, as has inner
doorway, door framed with recessed panels, upper panels of
lancet form. S end elevation: red brick similar to boundary
wall either side through which house projects slightly. Single
central 2-light casement window with label and similar to
those on W front. Shaped and pierced barge-boards with
prominent central pendant. N end elevation: yellow brick with
knapped flint gable and flush-work panels, barge-boards as on
S end elevation. Central 3-cant bay window with lower flint
flush-work panels, shaped cornice and parapet with coping.
Central 3-light casement window with glazing bars, 6x5 panes,
side cants have similar single casement windows 2x5 panes,
above, attic light, 4-centred arched, plain glazing. On left
hand side, end of triple grouped octagonal chimney shafts in
moulded red brick, shaped heads and moulded bases, rises from
junction of C19 block and C20 extension. 2 gabled dormer
windows with sliding sashes, glazing bars, 4x3 panes each set
either side of grouped stacks. C20 extension to E: of red
brick slightly lower in height with hipped roof with gablets
at E and W ends. Long sides, N and S have 3 C20 double
casement windows with glazing bars, 4x5 panes. E end has
French window with glazing bars, each leaf of 3x7 panes.
INTERIOR not inspected.
(The Buildings of England: Pevsner N & Ratcliffe E: Essex:
London: 1965-: 65).


Listing NGR: TL5303537920

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