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South Derbyshire (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SK 35732 23168


PARISH OF TICKNALL CALKE PARK SK 32 SE 4/77 19-1-67 The Middle Lodge II* Lodge. c1805 by William Wilkins Senior. Neo-Classical Style. Ashlar and rendered brick. Hipped Welsh slate roof with rendered ridge stack. Single storey. Plain plinth, cornice with mutules and Doric frieze below. Square plan with lower range to east, probably an addition. To the drive is a blocked doorway with small glazing bar sash set in a blind round arched panel. Rendered range beyond has mostly 2-light casements. The wall continues to the west with a broad semi-circular arch over the drive, springing virtually from the ground. Doric frieze and cornice continue above. Wrought iron stick rail gates, the centre pair with curved braces; outer pedestrian gates and openwork piers between with motif of circles. Built as a lodge to Calke Abbey for Sir Henry Harpur.

Listing NGR: SK3573223168


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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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