GARDEN WALLS, FRUIT ROOMS AND GLASSHOUSE AT DUNCHURCH LODGE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1352671

Date first listed: 18-Jan-2001

Statutory Address: GARDEN WALLS, FRUIT ROOMS AND GLASSHOUSE AT DUNCHURCH LODGE, RUGBY ROAD

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Location

Statutory Address: GARDEN WALLS, FRUIT ROOMS AND GLASSHOUSE AT DUNCHURCH LODGE, RUGBY ROAD

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

County: Warwickshire

District: Rugby (District Authority)

Parish: Dunchurch

National Grid Reference: SP4891471325

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Details

DUNCHURCH

SP4871 RUGBY ROAD 1724/11/10029 Garden Walls, Fruit Rooms and Glasshou 18-JAN-01 se at Dunchurch Lodge

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Kitchen garden walls, fruit rooms and glasshouse. 1908, by T H Mawson of Windermere for John Lancaster. Mid C20 alterations. Glasshouse restored 1993. Plum-coloured brick with stone dressings and Westmoreland slate roofs. Rectangular plan, approx. lOOm x 50m. The garden wall, approx. 3m high, has a gabled red tile coping. On the NW side, the glass house has a gabled centre with monopitch roofed side ranges, flanked to left by a smaller monopitch glasshouse, and to right by a single storey gabled building with continuous late C20 glazing. Beyond, on each side, a square building, 2 storeys, with pyramidal roof and finial. Each has on the inner side, a door flanked by 2-light casements, all under round relieving arches, and above, a through-eaves box dormer, 3 lights. These windows have leaded glazing. That to the right is the fruit room. The gardeners' mess room and store, to the left, has a large external side wall stack. The SW wall has at each end a doorway with a round-arched stone surround and keystone, under a hipped coping. INTERIOR: Glasshouse has conventional wooden structure with iron brackets and tie rods. Fruit room and adjoining building refitted late C20, retaining part of original stair. Mess room has original winder stair with splat balusters.

Part of the important group of estate buildings at Dunchurch Lodge.

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Legacy System number: 489710

Legacy System: LBS

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