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Lodge Style, Shaft Road, Combe Down, Bath

Date: 1909

Client: T.S. Cotterell (owner of the adjacent St Winifred's Quarry)

Listing: Grade II*


The entry in Pevsner's Somerset: North and Bristol (with Andrew Foyle, 2011) reads:

BATH: OUTER AREAS. LODGE STYLE, Shaft Road, by C.F.A. Voysey, 1909, the most important C20 house in Bath and one of his most significant late works. Single-storeyed round a small courtyard, a typical Voysey grouping. The collegiate Gothic details are more revivalist than his early work. Inside, large open hearth, oak fittings, vaulted ceilings, and leaded casements.

Lodge Style

Image from The British architect, 13th August 1909.

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