Kirklington Park Lodge, Hethersgill, Cumbria
LISTING TEXT Lodge to Kirklington Park (q.v., ref. 4/93). Circa 1900. Designed probably by J.H. Sellers. Rendered sandstone; Welsh slate roof. Single storey with attic. Roughly square in plan with (to 3 corners) polygonel bay windows, the attic windows to the principal roof slopes. Central ridge stack. 4 and 12 pane harnless sashes in moulded surrounds to all bays and elevations except that facing drive which has a central half glazed door with over-light recessed under segmented arch on chamfered imposts. The dormers which are slate hung to the sides, are battered and framed; four face rendered with 2 light casements with glazing bars. Exposed sand stone plinth. Internally, are small Art Nouvean fireplace. J.H. Sellers was an important architect who worked in Carlisle with G. Dale Oliver, then in Manchester with Edgar Wood, and who returned to Oldham where he produced some significant Early Modern designs. the lodge groups with the listed gate-piers.