This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
BISHOPSTROW WARMINSTER ROAD ST 84 SE (south side) 3/15 Summer House in grounds of Bishopstrow House 11.11.76
Pavilion. Early C19. Limestone ashlar with rubble stone to rear, Welsh slate pointed roof. Octagonal with 3-sided loggia to front.
Single storey. Three hollow-chamfered square openings to front, partly closed by wooden trellis, central half-glazed double doors to closed remainder of octagon; margin-pane coloured glass, either side is 18-pane sash with margin lights, pilasters with key motif.
Five rear sides have hollow-chamfered square panels, no windows.
Astragal below plain cornice to roof.
Interior has stone floor, 3 round-arched niches to rear walls and moulded plaster ceiling cornice. Picturesque setting in the gardens of the Regency Bishopstrow House (q.v.), for the Temple family.
Listing NGR: ST8964244107
© Ms Geraldine Bunn. Source: Historic England Archive
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Ashlar, Limestone, Rubble, Slate, Stone, Georgian Pavilion, Victorian Gardens Parks And Urban Spaces, Summerhouse, Garden Building, Loggia