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Middle Lodge

A Grade II Listed Building in Tregynon, Powys

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.569 / 52°34'8"N

Longitude: -3.3459 / 3°20'45"W

OS Eastings: 308872

OS Northings: 297652

OS Grid: SO088976

Mapcode National: GBR 9R.C6VL

Mapcode Global: WH79Z.KPXC

Entry Name: Middle Lodge

Listing Date: 31 January 1997

Last Amended: 31 January 1997

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 18153

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Located within the grounds of Gregynog Hall, approximately 0.4km E of Gregynog Hall, on N side of a driveway leading to Tregynon.

County: Powys

Community: Tregynon

Community: Tregynon

Locality: Gregynog

Traditional County: Montgomeryshire

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History

By Halsey Ricardo c1880 in a picturesque domestic revival style. One of 2 such lodges at Gregynog (the other Lodge Farm, Aberhafesp).

Exterior

Single storey house consisting of a main N-S range with a short E range to the front and a longer NE range behind it. Timber framed and painted black and white, on a brick plinth and with slate roof. The main range has 2 brick stacks with star-shaped flues. The entrance front has a gable to L with continuous glazing beneath the tie beam and eaves, and an advanced 4-light mullioned and transomed window in the centre. In the centre is a porch with balustrading below the eaves, and a replaced door. To the R is a 3-light mullioned window below the eaves. The gables of the E and NE ranges have 3-light mullioned and transomed windows. The rear elevation of the house is brick and incorporates a coach house with double doors below the ground floor of the house; windows similar to the front, and ledged and battened doors. A smaller NW wing is situated in an enclosed yard and its gable is tile hung.

Interior

Not accessible at the time of inspection (July-August 1996).

Reasons for Listing

Listed as a good example of the domestic revival style, particularly in the articulation of its plan form and the imaginative use of picturesque architectural vocabulary, and forming an important component of the buildings in the grounds of Gregynog Hall.

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Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Stable and Coach House
    Located immediately E of Gregynog Hall.
  • II Garden Bridge
    Located in front of Gregynog Hall and spanning a sunken garden.
  • II Fountain (north-east)
    Located within the gardens of Gregynog Hall, immediately in front of the house.
  • II* Gregynog Hall
    1.7km SW of parish church, in a large area of parkland and gardens. The house faces roughly SE.
  • II Fountain (south-west)
    Located within the gardens of Gregynog Hall, immediately in front of the house.
  • II Bridge in Parkland
    Located approximately 200m SW of Gregynog Hall within a wooded area of parkland and carries a footpath over a drive leading to the W entrance to the grounds of Gregynog Hall.
  • II Ty'n y Bryn Farm Buildings
    On the E side of a minor road between Tregynon and Newtown, approximately 1km S of parish church. Reached by a short farm road, the farm buildings are on the N side of the farmhouse.
  • II Ty'n y Bryn Farmhouse
    On the E side of a minor road between Tregynon and Newtown, approximately 1km S of parish church, and reached by a short farm road.

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