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Latitude: 52.3474 / 52°20'50"N
Longitude: -1.7465 / 1°44'47"W
OS Eastings: 417363
OS Northings: 272174
OS Grid: SP173721
Mapcode National: GBR 4JT.WSQ
Mapcode Global: VH9ZR.P81B
Plus Code: 9C4W87W3+W9
Entry Name: Walls, Gate Piers and Gates Forming Forecourt, and Walls, Gazebos, Gate Piers and Gates Forming South Garden to Packwood House
Listing Date: 11 April 1967
Last Amended: 16 February 1990
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1364999
English Heritage Legacy ID: 308309
Location: Lapworth, Warwick, Warwickshire, B94
Civil Parish: Lapworth
Traditional County: Warwickshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Warwickshire
Church of England Parish: Packwood
Church of England Diocese: Birmingham
LAPWORTH PACKWOOD LANE
SP17SE (West side)
1/47 Walls, gate piers and gates
11/04/67 forming forecourt, and walls,
gazebos, gate piers and gates
forming S garden to P. House
(Formerly listed as Walls and
gazebos to forecourts and
south garden enclosure)
Walls, gatepiers and gates to forecourt. Mid C17, restored C20. Red brick.
Rusticated brick gatepiers to centre of east side, with wrought iron gates.
Walls, gazebos, gatepiers and gates to south garden. Mid C17. Red brick; old
plain-tile pyramidal roofs to north-east and north-west gazebos; old plain-tile
edges to flat roofs of south-east and south-west gazebos. South walls form
raised terrace. with bee-boles to south side. Central rusticated brick gatepiers
with wrought iron gates and overthrows to south and west sides, those to west
are early C20. South-east gazebo: probably early C20. Round-arched doorway to
west and north side. South-west gazebo: probably mid C17. Round-arched doorway
to east and north side. Painted wood bench and stone round table to interior.
Oval window to south has shell surround to inner face. North-east and north-west
gazebos: probably mid C17 with pyramidal old plain-tile roofs. 2-storey,
single-bay range. Plank doors to ground and first floors towards garden. Moulded
brick cornices. Interiors not inspected. History: probably built by John
Featherston, who probably planted the Yew Garden, traditionally said to represent
the "Sermon on the Mount".
(Buildings of England: Warwickshire: 1966, pp370-371; Packwood House: National
Trust guide book, 1987)
Listing NGR: SP1736372174
This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.
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