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1870 – Keepers Lodge at Kirtlington Park, Oxfordshire

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Architect: William Wilkinson

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Perspective View including ground & 1st floor plans as published in The Building News, July 1st 1870. “ONE of our illustrations this week represents a keeper’s lodge at Kirtlington Park, Oxod, built for Sir Henry W. Dashwood from designs supplied by Mr. William Wilkinson, architect, Oxford. The walls are of stone, and are lined inside with brick. The roof is covered with blue slates. The cost of the lodge was about £350.”

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