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Burwalls Lodge, Bristol

Burwalls Lodge stands at the south edge of the gardens of Grade II listed Burwalls House, a Victorian red brick Jacobethan mansion built in 1872 at the west end of Clifton Suspension Bridge. The house itself is being converted to flats and the stable buildings adapted and joined by a clutch of large new "executive houses" in a gated community which also includes the distinctive but delightful Lodge.

Consent has been granted to restore and enlarge the Lodge, the major addition being a semi- subterranean extension built under the existing house and into the hillside and forming a new outdoor terrace overlooking the garden and the woodlands falling down to the Avon gorge.

Work is due to start shortly.

Burwalls Lodge, Bristol


Marshall & Kendon, Architects      94 Whiteladies Road, Bristol BS8 2QX UK      Tel: 0117 973 4578      email: mail@marshallandkendon.co.uk