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Latitude: 53.5782 / 53°34'41"N
Longitude: -1.4825 / 1°28'57"W
OS Eastings: 434358
OS Northings: 409192
OS Grid: SE343091
Mapcode National: GBR LW22.T1
Mapcode Global: WHDCQ.6B86
Plus Code: 9C5WHGH8+7X
Entry Name: New Lodge
Listing Date: 27 February 1975
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1286779
English Heritage Legacy ID: 333765
Location: St. Helens, Barnsley, S71
Electoral Ward/Division: St Helens
Built-Up Area: Barnsley
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): South Yorkshire
Church of England Parish: Athersley St Helen
Church of England Diocese: Leeds
SE30NW BARNSLEY WENSLEY ROAD
No 27 (New Lodge)
Large house, now nursing home. Late C18. By John Carr for his nephew
John Clarke. Dressed stone, C20 tiled roof. 3 by 4 bays, with contemporary
addition to right. Symmetrical 3-bay facade. Central Roman Doric doorcase
with detached columns and triangular, dentilled pediment. Round-arched doorway
with wide, 6-panel door with fanlight, up 5 steps. Tall, 18-pane sashes on
sill band to ground floor. 12-pane sashes to 1st floor. All have grooved lintels.
Hipped roof. Ashlar stacks with deep cornices and tall pots. Rear elevation
has tripartite windows to ground-floor left and right, the latter with blind
side lights and sashed central light. Sashes with glazing bars to 1st floor.
Left elevation as front, but the 2 central lights altered to French windows,
probably in the C19. To the right of the facade is a lower addition, rendered,
with bitumen covered hipped roof, but ashlar stacks as before.
Interior: original staircase to right. Round-arched staircase window with
glazing bars. Some doors with raised panels.
The property was formerly known as New Laithe and the land for the house was
purchased in 1769.
Listing NGR: SE3435809192
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