Cassio Bridge Lodge

Madeleine Gough

Cassio Bridge Lodge, John Britton 1837

Cassio Bridge Lodge Today

This unusual grade II listed building was described by Britton in his 1837 book as “the most elaborate in execution; its whole exterior being covered, or cased with pieces of sticks of various sizes split in two”. Designed in the early nineteenth-century this lodge originally housed two families employed by the Cassiobury Estate.


Please note this is a private building. There is no public access.


This page was added on 22/11/2017.

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