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IoE Number: 41076
Photographer: Mr Barry F. White
Date Photographed: 15 August 2001
Date listed: 05 December 1984
Date of last amendment: 05 December 1984
Grade II

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BRAYOAKLEY GREEN ROADSU 97 NW(south side)10/12Oakley Green05.12.84Braywood Lodge and attached fence

BRAY OAKLEY GREEN ROAD SU 97 NW (south side) 10/12 Oakley Green 05.12.84 Braywood Lodge and attached fence G.V. II Lodge, now small house, and attached fence. 1869 for the Van de Weyer family. Brick, decorative vertical tile hanging; tiled, steeply pitched gabled roof. Irregular plan with circular stair turret with conical roof at rear. One and a half storeys. Road (north) front: projecting gable on left, with full-height canted bay with oversailing hipped roof; decorative timber work with rendered infill between ground-and first-floor 7-light leaded casement windows. One-bay gablet on right side with 2-light leaded casement window at first floor; 4-light similar window below. Brick with darker brick banding on ground floor, decorative tiling above, with alternating courses of 2 orange and 4 black tiles. East front: alternating bands of brick on ground floor, with bands of vertical tiling over and below a large gable to roof with pierced and carved bargeboards and decorative timbering with painted roughcast infill. A small 2-light leaded casement oriel window on ground floor with conical tile roof abutting wall. Entrance door on left in recessed lean-to hipped roof porch with similar carved bargeboard and entry screen. A carved terra-cotta date panel of 1869 with the interwoven initials of the Van de Weyer family. A wooden fence enclosing the front garden in 4 bays of squared pattern with cross formation above. A small latch gate and large entrance gate of similar pattern between large posts with 3-stage pyramidal tops. All of a similar date to the lodge. This lodge, together with Braywood Cottage, was part of the former estate of the Van de Weyer family; the family house, New Lodge, is listed separately (10/30).

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