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East Lodge, Inglewood House, Tullibody Road, Alloa

A Category B Listed Building in Alloa, Clackmannanshire

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Latitude: 56.1238 / 56°7'25"N

Longitude: -3.8037 / 3°48'13"W

OS Eastings: 287970

OS Northings: 693808

OS Grid: NS879938

Mapcode National: GBR 1J.L3G4

Mapcode Global: WH5QD.JBYR

Plus Code: 9C8R45FW+GG

Entry Name: East Lodge, Inglewood House, Tullibody Road, Alloa

Listing Name: Coach House Theatre, Tullibody Road, Former Inglewood East Lodge and Garage Block

Listing Date: 12 June 1972

Category: B

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 356234

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB21021

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Alloa

County: Clackmannanshire

Town: Alloa

Electoral Ward: Clackmannanshire South

Traditional County: Clackmannanshire

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Circa 1900, Sydney Mitchell and Wilson. Large tall single-storey and attic Freestyle former gate lodge and integral garage, now theatre. Snecked rubble, half-timbered gables to garage yard. 3-storey domed circular turret in re-entrant angle at SE, tall octagonal shafted chimneys to road. Prominently sited on Tullibody Road.

Pitched and multi-gabled red tiled roof.

Statement of Interest

The Coach House Theatre is a major example of a former gate lodge and exhibiting a characteristic use of eclectic historical styles, including half timbered gables. The gate lodge is an unusual combination of garage, gate lodge and dwelling and gave the architect the opportunity to experiment with substantial architectural motifs, such as a prominent circular turret.

Inglewood House was designed by prominent architectural practice Sydney Mitchell and Wilson, with a fine Jacobean interior and Art Nouveau glasswork. The work of Mitchell and his practice is characterised by the masterful use of late 19th century Freestyle and is responsible for some of the most ecelectic and significant country houses at the turn of the 20th century in Scotland.

The lodge was converted into use as a theatre and is used by the Alman Theatre Company which was founded in 1940.

List description updated 2011.

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