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East Lodge

The East Lodge by the entrance to Chillingham Castle is an octagonal building, built in 1828 by Sir Jeffrey Wyatville for the Earl of Tankerville. It is located close to St Peter's Church. The lodge is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Chillingham Historic Buildings and Monuments in Tillside Civil Parish Grade II Listed 1828 Chillingham Castle
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Lodge, Chillingham

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Lodge, Chillingham Castle

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EAST LODGE - Chillingham - List Entry
- "Lodge. 1828 by Sir Jeffrey Wyatville for the Earl of Tankerville. Ashlar. Roof not visible. Tudor style. Octagonal plan. 2 storeys. Mainly one-light, Tudor- arched windows in chamfered reveals, but …

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List number: 1232783
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NU0614825966


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