Hanover Gate Lodge

Hanover-Gate-Lodge

Hanover Gate was also known as West Gate, one of four main gateways to the park. Originally on this site there was a villa designed by Decimus Burton dating from 1827, which was largely rebuilt and extended over time. On the grounds that went with it now stand several neo-Georgian villas with gardens overlooking the canal, designed in the 1980s by the architects Quinlan Terry. The Lodge is now a Grade 2 listed building and is a private residence.


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