GRADE 11 LISTED. House, formerly the south lodge of Buckland Court (q.v.). Probably mid C19; simplified Tudor style. Granite rubble. Slated roofs. Large granite ashlar chimneystack on ridge in centre of south range. U-shaped plan. 1 storey with garrets. Main front to south is 2-windows wide. ...Read full memory
My parents bought and moved into what was then 1 & 2 Buckland Lodges in 1959. The cottages were renamed LOWER LODGE after removing back to back cupboards and converting the two cottages into one dwelling but changed to LOWEN LODGE because the R on mothers typewritter was broken. My father lived there until 2003 ...Read full memory
I am Jeannette McNicol (nee Elliott). My brother John and I moved there with my parents ,when I 13 years old, and he was 12. I had found the house when we were having a picnic by the Webbern with friends. I had gone skipping off down the lane, and seen the house around the ...Read full memory
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