Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II*

List Entry Number: 1050771

Date first listed: 14-Apr-1983

Statutory Address: WEST LODGE, LODGE ROAD


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Statutory Address: WEST LODGE, LODGE ROAD

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Norfolk

District: South Norfolk (District Authority)

Parish: Easton

National Grid Reference: TG 14094 11710


EASTON LODGE ROAD TG 11 SW Lower Easton 1/58 West Lodge II* Former farmhouse of c.1600 with later additions. 1743 on facade hoppers. Brick with pantiled and slate roofs. L-plan Lobby Entrance house with central axial stack in main wing. Gable end stack on subsidiary wing. Main facade 1743 and early C19. 2-storeys with attics and cellar beneath northern half. 1743 5-bay arrangement turned into 3 bays with the C19 insertion of large arched tripartite sash windows. 2 leaf front door with rusticated skewback arch and flat hood on carved consoles. One surviving central 1743 window opening with raised brick surround. 2 dormer windows with moulded pediments and casements with leaded lights. Varied C19 and C20 fenestration on other elevations with C17 moulded brick pediments surviving. Single storey C19 extension with saw tooth cornice heightened later in the century. Original fireplace in subsidiary wing with chamfered stone jambs and wooden lintel. Principal beams with elaborate barred and double jewelled stops. One surviving beam on first floor of main wing with ogee stops. Original roofs with butt-purlins, collars and ties. Original cellar entrance at rear of main wing. Late C17 two ramp staircase with tapered and carved balusters; contemporary panelled cellar door. Main wing refurbished in 1743 with barrel-vaulted tunnel through stack, fireplaces and panelling.

Listing NGR: TG1409411710


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Legacy System number: 226460

Legacy System: LBS

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