The Gatehouse Lodges and Gatepiers, Drakeholes
The Gatehouse Lodges and Gatepiers, Drakeholes, Nottinghamshire DN10 5DF View on map
The former Gatehouses (circa 1770) were once the entrance to Wiseton Hall which stands approximately 1 mile away in the village of Wiseton. These were once used as living accommodation for the gate keeper and his wife who lived in the south lodge and slept in the north as they are only 13 sq. ft. internally. Prior to their recent renovation the Gatehouse and gate piers were on the Heritage at Risk Register. The north portico was renovated but the south portico has previously collapsed and as such the renovated foundation plinth is all that remains. The Gatehouse interiors remain un-renovated and are not available for public viewing.
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