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Bedford (Unitary Authority)
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SP 95828 61503


PODINGTON HINWICK: SP 96 SE 2/371 Hinwick Lodge - - II

House. Datestone 1770 with alterations and additions late C19 and very beginning of C20. Coursed limestone rubble. Old clay tile roof with stone gable coping. Original building is L-plan with a wing of two parallel gables added to the S.E. end in C19. This wing is cement rendered but otherwise follows the style of the original. Two storeys and attics. The front (N.E.) elevation has three gabled dormers. First floor has two sash windows in C19 wing and two 3-light casement windows with glazing bars in C18 block. Ground floor also has two sash windows to C19 wing. In the centre, was added at the turn of the century, a flat-roofed extension with moulded parapet and cornice. It has a large 3-light casement with high level transom, ironstone surround and mullions, also ironstone drip mould. To the right of this, is a tall staircase window probably added at the same time. To the right again, is a 3- light casement with glazing bars. To the rear, the windows follow a similar pattern with sashes in the C19 wing and casements in the C18 sections. The sashes have slightly cambered heads. S.W. elevation of the C18 rear wing has a C19 pointed arched window with glazing bars. To the S.E. is a bridge across to the farm buildings. It is coursed limestone rubble with clay tile roof. The attic has one gabled dormer to S.W. elevation and two to the N.W. elevation. The ground floor is an open archway with ironstone surround and keystone.

Listing NGR: SP9582861503


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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