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© Mr Jeffery Bartlett OBE, ARPS

IoE Number: 315500
Location: KING JOHN'S HUNTING LODGE, 21 CHURCH STREET (south side)
  LACOCK, NORTH WILTSHIRE, WILTSHIRE
Photographer: Mr Jeffery Bartlett OBE, ARPS
Date Photographed: 04 May 2001
Date listed: 20 December 1960
Date of last amendment: 20 December 1960
Grade II*

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LACOCKCHURCH STREETST 9168(south side)4/66No 21 (King John'sHunting Lodge)

LACOCK CHURCH STREET ST 9168 (south side) 4/66 No 21 (King John's Hunting Lodge) 20.1 2.60 GV II* House, late medieval recased in C18, rubble stone with Bridgwater tile roof, half-hipped to west. Stack at west end and on rear slope. l½ storeys. Two front dormer gables with 2-light beaded mullion windows and dripstones, ground floor left door with single light adjoining, 3-light to right. To right, a canted half-glazed porch with stone slate roof with tall eaves-breaking gabled window over. South-east rear wing with west side stack and some framing exposed in south gable. Various single storey additions. Interior: main building is former cruck-framed open hall, the lower end, to east, demolished, the upper end possibly represented by narrow west end rooms. Two massive raised cruck trusses with windbracing. On ground floor east wall one of the two pointed arched doorways from through passage survives in framing, mortises for the other. Original south wall, now internal has fine C14 moulded pointed stone doorway identical to that on No 8 (q.v.) and upper part of former hall bay window, now a doorway, with 2 cusped lights. Centre room has inserted Tudor-arched fireplace unusually placed leaving passage behind to south. Rear wing has later tie- beam-and-collar trusses. (Wiltshire Buildings Record)

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