1904 – Whitewell Lodge, Angley Park, Cranbrook, Kent

Architect: Mervyn Edmund Macartney


Whitewell Lodge (listed grade II) is a late C19, two-storeyed, red-brick building constructed in a neo-Georgian style to the designs of the Arts-and-Crafts Movement architect Mervyn Macartney (1853-1932) and was featured in Adam’s book, Modern Cottage Architecture (1904). It has a central, round arched gateway on which is hung a pair of 2m high, wrought iron gates and a round gable flanked by wings with a slate tile roof and lattice casement windows.