This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
The following building shall be added to the list:-
TQ 04 NW Lockner Lodge
House. Built in 1891 by the artist Christopher Turner, who also built The Watts Gallery in Compton. Vernacular Revival style. Ground floor ironstone with red brick dressings. Gable has eclectic timberframing of quatrefoils and diagonals and is tile hung at the top. Elaborate fretted wooden bargeboards with circular and peardrop design. Tiled roof with brick chimneystack. One storey and attics. Irregular fenestration. First floor has 2 leaded light casements. Ground floor has one 5-light casement with leaded lights. Gable projects on wooden brackets. Right side elevation has band of four quatrefoils before projecting chimneystack with four diagonally set stacks. Dated decorative rainwater head. One single leaded light window and three-light canted bay. Left side has lean to porch with tiled penticed hood, small window above and plank door. Rear elevation has alternate courses of plain and curved tiles and three-light casement to attic. Attached courtyard of ironstone with brick lacing courses contains underground water tank. Interior features include plank doors, wooden staircase and fireplaces with firegrates, the downstairs one having flame motif finials and quatrefoil decoration.
Listing NGR: TQ0363547286
© Peter Karry. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Karry, Peter
Rights Holder: Karry, Peter
Brick, Ironstone, Tile, Timber, Wood, Victorian House, Monument <By Form>, Domestic, Dwelling, Courtyard, Gardens Parks And Urban Spaces, Water Tank, Water Supply And Drainage, Water Storage Site