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Seend Lodge

A Grade II Listed Building in Seend, Wiltshire

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Latitude: 51.3496 / 51°20'58"N

Longitude: -2.078 / 2°4'40"W

OS Eastings: 394666

OS Northings: 161171

OS Grid: ST946611

Mapcode National: GBR 2TX.9H0

Mapcode Global: VH96Y.XBTR

Plus Code: 9C3V8WXC+RR

Entry Name: Seend Lodge

Listing Date: 19 March 1962

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1272820

English Heritage Legacy ID: 447689

Location: Seend, Wiltshire, SN12

County: Wiltshire

Civil Parish: Seend

Built-Up Area: Seend

Traditional County: Wiltshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Wiltshire

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ST 9461
(north side)
12/284 Seend Lodge

House, c1700 altered in early and later C19, red brick with
decorative strips in black header bricks, ashlar dressings and
slate steep hipped roof. Tall brick stacks to rear of main range.
Two storeys and attic, 5-window range with 2 hipped dormers.
Rusticated quoins, moulded plinth and string-course, moulded timber
eaves cornice. Decorative strips of black brick each side of
upper windows, paired strips each side of centre window. Windows
are 8-pane sashes in flush unmoulded surrounds, possibly early C19
with flush ashlar band between upper window heads and eaves
cornice. Ground floor has projecting 2-window square bays each
side in matching style, probably early C19, and centre glazed doors
in fine bolection-moulded stone surround with broken pediment on
consoles and acanthus-cupped ball in pediment. Early C19 side-
light each side. East side has added square bay to ground floor.
Rear is later C19 rubble stone parallel addition. To left of
front a 2-storey section, ground floor C18, raised in C19 with roof
hipped to west and tall west stack, cambered-head C19 sashes below,
brick band and two 8-pane sashes above. Straight joint in stable
(q.v.) suggests that ground floor of this section pre-dates stable.
Interior: fine closed string stair with panelled newels and turned
balusters. Heavy chamfered centre beams to front rooms. The
house of the clock-maker G. Newton, d.1681, probably rebuilt for
his son G. Newton. The house was one of the Parish houses, leased
to the Newtons and from 1795 to the Schomberg family who bought it
in 1873. Captain I. Schomberg (d.1813) was Deputy Controller of
the Navy.
(E. Bradby, Seend a Wiltshire Village, 1981, 107-8, 198-9.

Listing NGR: ST9466661171

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