Victorian Society identify Norfolk lodge by architect Anthony Salvin and secure its listing

The Lodge, Stoke Holy Cross, Norfolk now listed at Grade II

Having been alerted by Chris Bennett, Senior Heritage and Design Officer at South Norfolk and Broadland Council, our Conservation Adviser Guy Newton confirmed this lodge as being designed by Victorian architect Anthony Salvin and with our Listings team has secured its listing. The Lodge, Stoke Holy Cross is now Grade II.

It was once the entrance lodge to the now-demolished Stoke Hall in Stoke Holy Cross. The Tudor-style building was constructed in c.1852-1853 to the designs of Anthony Salvin. The demolished Hall was also designed by Salvin in the Jacobean style. Salvin was a respected Victorian architect who restored castles and churches, designing many significant country houses in medieval and Tudor-style. His work includes Grade I Scotney Castle in Kent. Read more here.

Photo: Stoke Hall Lodge, Stoke Holy Cross Copyright: Norfolk Historic Environment Record. Photo credit: D. Gurney


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