This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
ST51NE YEOVIL CP NEWTON ROAD (West side)
No 22 2/52 (Newton Lodge)
Tollhouse?, c1850. Local stone squared and random coursed, with ashlar dressings of Ham stone; Welsh slate roof between table copings. A one-storey block in two sections to Newton and a 2-storey rear extension along South Western Terrace.
The left-hand Newton Road section has an angled bay window with stone mullions and roof, 4-lights with cast iron cements diagonally glazed: the door (late C20) has a simple chamfer surround and hood mould; right, in the slightly lower section, a 2-light matching mullioned window with label. On the return to South Western Terrace a proudstanding stone flue with angled offsets to the gable, then a 3-light mullioned window with rectangular panes under a label, with 2-light matching window above set in a gable. The interior not seen. There is a very similar house at No 198 Mudford Road, Yeovil (in the parish of Yeovil Without) (qv).
Listing NGR: ST5622015966
Copyright IoE Mr Brian Haigh. Source Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Haigh, Brian
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Ashlar, Ham Hill Stone, Stone, Welsh Slate, Georgian Toll House, Victorian Transport, Road Transport Site, Domestic, Transport Workers House, House, Dwelling, Monument <By Form>