13 May 2009

The Cemetery Lodge







One of our favourite local places to go for a walk is the cemetery, which is listed by English Heritage in the Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest as a grade II site. The Cemetery Lodge was built in 1848, the same year that the cemetery was consecrated. It has flint stone cladding and is a typically elegant Victorian small public building, now a private residence.

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18 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing this lovely sight!

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  2. I wold love to live there. It looks so beautiful.

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  3. I wouldn't mind living in the Victorian house.

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  4. How serene!

    Thanks for taking us along!

    :)

    (And, we love cemeteries here too, our favorite has been Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah, Georgia. Google it if you get a chance and take a look! I plan to get up there soon for some pictures!)

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  5. Love the landscape and the windows, Sunnymama! Great Window Views! :)

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  6. Those are gorgeous pic! thanks for stopping by today! Drop by again soon!

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  7. Darcel and Ilanadavita, I'd like to live there too!

    Cam, I'm going to look that up. Thanks :)

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  8. Love it. So English. I love England. So lovely.

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  9. great photos...

    um, i'm still too much of a chicken to go walking thru a cemetary ;-)

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  10. A well built house and windows and a beautiful garden setting!

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  11. This looks very British, I love it. The flowers add some extra depth and a colourful note to this picture! Very well done!

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  12. And look at those huge hedges that lead you to it. Beautiful building :o)

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  13. Really intriguing place to be. I could only imagine what it feel like!

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  14. It is a lovely place for a walk. See the view from this window

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