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IoE Number: 218349
Location: BERRY HALL LODGE, MARSH LANE (east side)
Photographer: Mr Denis True
Date Photographed: 18 February 2003
Date listed: 26 August 1987
Date of last amendment: 26 August 1987
Grade II

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SOLIHULLMARSH LANESP 17 NE3/451A(East Side)IIBerry Hall Lodge

SOLIHULL MARSH LANE SP 17 NE 3/451A (East Side) II Berry Hall Lodge Lodge.1884. Designed by J.A. Chatwin for Joseph Gillot of Berry Hall, in a Neo-Elizabethan style. Red brick and timber framed with ashlar dressings and plain tile roofs. A single ridge and a single lateral stacks, both ornamented with cut brickwork. Double chamfered plinth, and deeply coved wood and plaster eaves. Single storey plus attics. Rectangular plan with corner porch in antis,supported on bulbous turned wooden posts on ashlar bases. Shallow pointed arched doorway, with small single light window to right. South side has a single 3 light ashlar cross mullion window, with to left a terracotta gargoyle. Above a single gabled dormer with a 3 light casement,coved eaves and an ornately carved gable, also a small flat roofed dormer. West gable wall has a 3 light ashlar cross mullion window with above an ornately carved gable containing two 3-light casements. Interior retains staircase and fireplace.

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