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Latitude: 51.7339 / 51°44'1"N
Longitude: 0.6714 / 0°40'17"E
OS Eastings: 584564
OS Northings: 207283
OS Grid: TL845072
Mapcode National: GBR QM4.8KV
Mapcode Global: VHJK5.LP95
Entry Name: The Lodge and Stables to South East
Listing Date: 24 September 1971
Last Amended: 8 October 1996
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1256618
English Heritage Legacy ID: 464739
Location: Maldon, Maldon, Essex, CM9
Civil Parish: Maldon
Built-Up Area: Maldon
Traditional County: Essex
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Essex
Church of England Parish: Maldon All Saints with St Peter
Church of England Diocese: Chelmsford
TL8407SE LODGE ROAD
574-1/6/131 (North East side)
24/09/71 The Lodge and stables to south-east
(Formerly Listed as:
Officers' mess, later used as hospital, now old people's home.
Early C19. Grey Gault brick with some white weatherboarding
and slate hipped roofs with numerous rendered stacks. L-plan
EXTERIOR: substantially of single storey, but with lower
storey built into hill slope as sub-basement. The short
south-west elevation of main block has two 12-pane sash
windows with sills at ground level. To the east of these is a
projecting parapeted corner block with a door in the flank and
a small-paned sash window with shutters. Linking to the corner
of this is a length of wrought-iron handrail with Gothick
The long north-west face of the rear block has two 12-pane
sash windows with reeded surrounds. The shorter south-west
face of this part has a slate hipped bay window, a C20 lean-to
greenhouse and a bell cupola on roof with lead covoid roof,
finial, and frilly eaves. The south-east elevation is partly
of white boarding and has 3 lead-covered flat-roofed dormers
and slated lean-to. The 2-storey north-east elevation has
white weatherboarding over painted brick and four 12-pane sash
windows on 1st floor. The ground floor has 4 small-paned
horizontal-sliding casement windows; 2 doors, C20 small-paned
French window and tall stack.
Single-storey stable block to south-east of brick with hipped
plain tile roof and 2 circular windows with radiating glazing
INTERIOR: some early C19 detail including reeded door
architraves with roundels in corners.
HISTORY: thought to be former officers' mess during Napoleonic
Wars, later used as hospital.
Listing NGR: TL8456407283
This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.
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