© Mr Clive Shenton
ORANGERY AND ATTACHED LINK TO HOUSE AND CHURCH, APPROXIMATELY 25 METRES WEST OF WESTON HOUSE,
BLYMHILL AND WESTON UNDER LIZARD, SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE, STAFFORDSHIRE
Mr Clive Shenton
01 November 2005
16 May 1953
Date of last amendment:
16 May 1953
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SJ 81 SW WESTON UNDER LIZARD C.P. WESTON PARK.
4/40 Orangery and attached
16.5.53 link to house and church,
approximately 25 m West of
Orangery and attached screened passage 1870s. Sandstone ashlar; glazed pitched
roof over orangery, flat elsewhere, invisible behind parapet. Built on
rusticated podium 2-3-2 bays, projecting central angled bay and entrance;
even quoins to angles, balustraded parapet, dies at angles bearing ball finials.
Arched glazing with labelled and keystone heads and cast iron frames;
parapeted steps to entrance casement. Glazed doors. Slightly set back
screened passage of similar style 3-3 bays with niche and even quoin bands
dividing centre; pilastered surrounds to openings, blind circles in spandrels
and circa 1968 timber windows.