House. c.1830. Grey brick front wall and brick of more random colour to side and rear walls. Welsh slate roof, hipped, with boarded wood eaves cornice. Symmetrical internal stacks with entablature.
In 1842 the house was owned and occupied by John Hitch.
1911: The Lodge
Mary Anne Dandy, 74, private means, b London
Lizzie, 40, b London
Emily, 38, b London
Fanny, 35, b London
Ethel Maud King, 20, servant, b Melbourn
1939: The Lodge
Barbara G Duff, b 1910
David S Duff, author journalist, b 1912 (Sergt 118 LAA Battery)
Geoffrey Baines, b 1916, schoolmaster (118 LAA Battery)
Janet Duff, b 1916, riding mistress
Ethel May, b 1877
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