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Lodge and Gates to Prestwold Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Prestwold, Leicestershire

Lodge and Gates to Prestwold Hall

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Two identical single storey lodges. c1820-40. Rendered brick with stone dressings. Four-columned fluted Doric arcade in front of doorway, and angle pilasters to road front. Triglyph frieze forms a parapet to a small hipped roof. Door and sash windows all have stone architraves. Alignment is not quite parallel to the drive, and this increases the perspective down the drive. Curved flanking walls. Wrought iron gates with spear head decoration. Cast iron trellis-work gate piers with ball finials. (Photo Nov 2013).

Uploaded by Andrew H Jackson on 27 November 2013

Photo ID: 94034
Building ID: 101074565

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