This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TL 41 SW HUNSDON MEAD LANE (east side) Hunsdon Pound
2/16 Mead Lodge (Formerly listed as 24.1.67 No 5 Mead Lodge, Acron Street)
House. Probably C18, extended to S and generally remodelled in mid C19, minor alterations and windows, front door and rear bays probably c1906. A large 2 storeys timberframed plastered house with low pitched hipped slate roofs, facing W. The older N part as 4 windows with a Doric pillared porch with open pediment under the 3rd window from N. Doublepile plan with chimneys rising from the valley between parallel roofs. Small-paned casement windows with louvred shutters. Rear has 5 windows with gabled porch on fluted columns under 4th window from N. 2-light wooden casements with louvred shutters. Large projecting bow to Ground floor on right. 2 storeys, 2 windows, S extension continues W front but with sash windows with 2/2 panes and louvred shutters. Pyramidal hipped roof with square central chimney. S end wall weatherboarded. Large projecting bow to Ground floor rear with 2-light casements. Brick retaining wall and square piers supporting wrought iron gates at front. The Tithe Map of 1842 (HRO) marks this building, but the name Mead Lodge was then attached to a now demolished house on the N side of Eastwick Road in Eastwick parish. An interesting C18 house elaborated in C19.
Part of the group at the S end of Mead Lane.
Listing NGR: TL4212711405
© Mr A. Gude. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Gude, A.
Rights Holder: Gude, A.
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