This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SS5632 BARBICAN TERRACE 684-1/5/5 (South side) 31/08/88 Mulberry Lodge inc walls, two sets of gate piers and right-hand gates
House, probably built as a lodge to Holy Trinity Church (qv), to which the right-hand gate forms the entrance. Mid C19. The lodge is of coursed squared rubble in a purplish stone with dressings of limestone. Some slatehanging at rear. Slated roofs; pyramidal roof to front range. Rear range has stone chimney of limestone and purplish stone on the rear gable. Gate piers to left are of limestone ashlar with panels of purplish stone. Gate piers to right are of coursed and squared rubble in a greyish-green stone. Lodge consists of 2 blocks; a small square building fronting the road and a slightly larger oblong range at the rear, linked by an entrance porch. Front block 2-storeyed; rear block single-storeyed with garret. Windows have moulded-stone surrounds, the larger ones with stone mullions and hoodmoulds. Above the 2 main (east-facing) windows of the rear range are blind dormer gables. Gate piers to left are square in section with chamfered corners and stepped, pyramidal tops; flanking them are 2 short quadrant walls. Gate piers to right are taller and thicker; also square-section with stepped pyramidal tops, but with square blocks at the apex carved with Gothic gablets. Wrought-iron gates decorated with spears and scrolls. Low flanking walls with tall stepped and moulded copings.
Listing NGR: SS5614432814
© Dr Ann Allen. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Allen, Ann
Rights Holder: Allen, Ann
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