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SK0632 :: Loxley Hall, Bramshall

Taken 19 years ago by Stephen Richards near Blount's Green, Staffordshire, England

Loxley Hall, Bramshall by Stephen Richards
Loxley Hall, Bramshall

Pevsner remarked that "one would like to know about this large house". What we do probably know is that it is an early C19th remodelling of an earlier house. A dignified and substantial front of eleven bays with a Tuscan porch, and the outer ground-floor windows set in blind arches. The attractive patchwork quilt effect is a testament to periodic bouts of restoring the stone. Grade II* listed. It is now a special school run by Staffordshire County Council.
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Subject Grid Square SK0632
Subject Lat/Long 52.886326,-1.910344 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Blount's Green, Staffordshire, England
Photographer Stephen Richards
Taken 20020821 200208 2002 (about 19 years ago)
Submitted 2013-05-04
Context Educational sites ·
Tag listed building · Country house · Georgian architecture ·
Group Bramshall · Loxley Hall ·

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