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Former lodge to Camerton Hall

Ivy Lodge is located on Camerton Road beteween Seaton and Camerton in Cumbria. It is a Gothic-style house, originally built in the early 19th Century as the lodge to Camerton Hall. Ivy Lodge is a Grade II listed building.

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Former lodge to Camerton Hall

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IVY LODGE - Seaton - List Entry
- "Lodge for Camerton Hall, now private house. Early C19. Calciferous sandstone ashlar with angle pilasters and dentilled battlemented parapet. .....Extension has ground-floor C20 windows but all other windows and battlemented ...

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Camerton Hall
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Camerton Hall
- Overview Map Street View Camerton Hall, built on the site of a medieval tower house, is situated by the River Derwent, located to the south-west of the village of Camerton ...


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List number: 1144512
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY0286530860


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