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Cory Lodge

History of Cory Lodge

Listed Building

1924. By Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott. White painted brick house of 2 storeys with horizontal rows of windows with wood shutters.

Pevsner described this building as ‘an example of what perfection the neo-Georgian or neo-Colonial style could attain in the hands of an exceptionally sensitive architect.’


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