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IoE Number: 462219
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Date listed: 20 September 1984
Date of last amendment: 20 September 1984
Grade II

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TQ 10 NE WORTHING ARUNDEL ROAD 23/10021 Stanhope Lodge

TQ 10 NE WORTHING ARUNDEL ROAD 23/10021 Stanhope Lodge And Stanhope Store 20.9.84 II STANHOPE LODGE WAS FIRST LISTED ON 20 SEPTEMBER 1984 AND WAS THEN INCLUDED IN THE TWENTY THIRD LIST FOR THE DISTRICT OF ARUN IN THE PARISH OF CLAPHAM. House and outbuilding, probably originally a stable, now in separate ownership. Stanhope Lodge has an C18 north west wing and early C19 south east wing. Stanhope Store is late C18 or early C19. Stanhope Lodge is of red brick in English bond to north west wing and Flemish bond with blue brick headers to south east with tiled roof and end brick chimneystacks. Two storeys with 3 horizontally sliding casements to north west with cambered head linings to ground floor, central doorway in moulded architrave surround with projecting cornice on console brackets and double doors to right hand ground floor probably originally housing carriage. C19 clockface to extreme right. South east wing is set back addition of one bay with sash window with horns and C20 garage doors. Rear elevation has 5 sash windows. Stanhope Store is a one storey outbuilding attached to the right of Stanhope Lodge in flint with red brick lacing courses and tiled roof. --------------------------------- The entry for Stanhope Lodge, Arundel Road, Clapham has been deleted from the twenty third list for the District of Arun by virtue of the twenty nineth amendment. --------------------------------

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