Red Lodge is a grade two (II) listed building in Braydon, Wiltshire, SN5. It was first listed in 1986.
This building is a hunting lodge that has been turned into three flats. It was built in the 1600s, and then added onto in the 1890s and 1920s. It is made of brick and has a stone roof. It has two stories and a attic, and three bay windows.
About Red Lodge
SU 09 NE BRAYDON –
8/70 Red Lodge
Hunting lodge, now 3 flats. C16, c1902 by Seddon & Jones and c1920. English bond brickwork with stone slate roof. Two storeys and attics, 3 bays. High brick plinth with stone chamfered water sill, and moulded string. One 1st floor original 2-light window with hollow chamfers and label hood. Other windows inserted 20- pane sashes with brick soldier heads. Block extended c1890 by single bay to right. Flat roof porch with stone mullioned window and coved eaves rising to point over ogee headed door. Building has central stack with 3 rebuilt diagonal shafts, and gable stack before later extension with shafts missing. Attached to this building is a large pebbledashed house covering west side, c1920, not of special interest.
Where is Red Lodge?
Red Lodge is located on Red Lodge, in Braydon, Wiltshire, SN5.
|Grid Reference||SU 06060 88518|
|Easting, Northing||406060, 188518.36084|
|Latitude, Longitude||51.59548, -1.913911|
|Grade listing||II (two)|
|English Heritage List Entry Number||1023075|