Carr Lodge, Wakefield Road, Horbury, West Yorkshire. Historic Building Photographic Recording (OASIS ID: stephenh1-379627)

Stephen Haigh, 2020

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Carr Lodge, Wakefield Road, Horbury, West Yorkshire. Historic Building Photographic Recording (OASIS ID: stephenh1-379627)

The grade II listed Carr Lodge (NGR: SE 29762 18518) is a brick-built mansion of the late 18th century, originally known as Sunroyd. The building’s early history is not well documented, but it was acquired in about 1790 by a nephew of the renowned architect John Carr. Minor extensions were made in the early 19th century, and there have been piecemeal internal alterations throughout, despite which the historic plan-form and numerous historic fixtures and fittings survive. The photographic recording work was carried out for the owner, to fulfil conditions of planning and listed building consent for the building’s conversion to apartments.


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