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Originally a gatehouse for the Weston Park Estate on the northern edge of the Cotswolds, Molly's Lodge was built by the famous British architect, Edward Blore, in the 1830s.
The memorial tower was dedicated in 1938 and the gatehouse built to service it.
Its gatehouse is crumbling, much of its fence is broken and many headstones have been toppled or vandalized.
A correctional officer at Lanesboro Correctional Institution, in Polkton, works in the prison’s gatehouse, where employees report to work each day.
The manor has additional buildings and cottages, a cafe, playing fields, squash court, tennis courts, a gatehouse, a generator house, a two-story garden cottage and a gymnasium.
The smaller Villa Eugenia has modern frescoed ceilings and direct spa access, and La Follie is a two-bedroom former gatehouse with a private garden.
It will be located in the gatehouse at Telling Mansion, 4645 Mayfield Road, the former home of the South Euclid-Lyndhurst Library.
Because the stout, cylindrical tower sits beside the South Street Bridge, the form suggests a medieval gatehouse, guarding the entrance to the city.
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