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©  Dale Venn LRPS

IoE Number: 44275
Location: SPRING LODGE, CLIVEDEN ROAD
  TAPLOW, SOUTH BUCKS, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE
Photographer: Dale Venn LRPS
Date Photographed: 26 September 1999
Date listed: 26 April 1985
Date of last amendment: 26 April 1985
Grade II

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SU 98 SWTAPLOWCLIVEDEN ROAD (Cliveden)7/3Spring Lodge-

SU 98 SW TAPLOW CLIVEDEN ROAD (Cliveden) 7/3 Spring Lodge - - II Early C19 extended c1860 by G Devey. South end is early C19 stucco with fish- scale slate roof. Canted 3-sided south end with Gothic tracery to door and win- dows each side. One similar window on west side. Added to south end c1860 is a broad open timber balcony with ornate half-timbered gable. Attached at north end is roughcast range with fishscale slate roof. A large gable with half- timber and tiles in apex and a mullion and transom window forms crosswing with, to north, a range with half-dormer over a Gothic open loggia. Loggia walls and floors tiled with HS monogramme painted and encaustic tiles. To north again a painted brick and half-timber range of c1860 with plain tile roof. 3 large diagonal stacks on south side. Main front has ground floor bay window with oversailing half-timbered gable above. Oriel window under stepped forward gable apex. The early C19 work is probably the 'Tea Room' built over a mineral spring in 1813 by P F Robinson for the Countess of Orkney.

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