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Latitude: 51.5199 / 51°31'11"N
Longitude: -3.3047 / 3°18'16"W
OS Eastings: 309571
OS Northings: 180919
OS Grid: ST095809
Mapcode National: GBR HR.HKGQ
Mapcode Global: VH6F4.N2S4
Plus Code: 9C3RGM9W+X4
Entry Name: Lodge at Craig-y-parc
Listing Date: 31 January 2000
Last Amended: 31 January 2000
Source ID: 22820
Building Class: Domestic
Location: At the N entrance to the house and gardens of Craig-y-parc and reached by a lane leading from the Pentyrch road junction.
Traditional County: Glamorgan
Designed by C E Mallows c 1915 as part of the Craig-y-parc development of house and gardens for Thomas Evans.
Gatehouse forming entrance to Craig-y-parc and providing offices and staff accommodation on 2 storeys. Built of coursed snecked mostly red sandstone with rockfaced dressings to ground floor and slate/tile hung first floor; steep-pitched hipped roof of small slates with boarded overhanging eaves, ridge and substantial end external stacks of grey rockfaced stone. Casement windows have leaded quarries in wooden frames in multiple lights with tiled hoods and sills, a similar simpler version of the main house: ground floor has a 3-light and a 5-light window each side of the wide gateway; first floor has two 4-light windows on each side with paired 3-light windows over the gateway - all these set close under the overhanging eaves. N facing entrance elevation is plainer with 2 long hipped roofed full dormers. Gateway interior is limewashed and has doorways each side named Ty'r Garth and Ty Heulog with vertically panelled doors. A fine pair of decorative gates of scrolled ironwork swept to centre have matching side panels; small flanking walls forming an entrance extend from frontage.
Ground floor has small offices some retaining grates.
Listed as an integral part of the Craig-y-parc development; group value with the house and other listed graden features.
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