1904 – Entrance Lodge, Stonelands, Sussex

Architect: E.W. Mountford


Perspective View including ground & 1st floor plans published in “Modern Cottage Architecture” 1904. “The lower walls of this lodge are built in gray sandstone quarried on the estante and the upper storey is hung with weather tiling. The gables are in pitch pine half-timbering, coated with Stockholm tar, the panels below being in rough-cast. Brown Brosely tiles are used for the roof. The external walls are hollow. The site is on top of a hill, from whence the drive descends in a valley, rising again to the house which occupies a prominent position on the opposite hill slope.”

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