Carlton Lodge is situated on the south corner of Carlton Crescent and Bedford Place. It has a more interesting composition than the other houses in that part of the crescent, although it is probably by the same architect, Samuel Toomer. It was built in the Regency style in c. 1830. It has two storeys with a two-storey bay on the west elevation. It was used as a private residence until the 1950s. It was then used as a hotel annex for a time before being converted to office use in c. 1956. It is Grade II listed.

Carlton Lodge, I Carlton Crescent

Image Unavailable

Photograph, 1941

Carlton Lodge, I Carlton Crescent

Image Unavailable

A modern view of the building, c.2000

Further reading:

Building of England: Hampshire and the I.O.W, by Nikolaus Pevsner and David Lloyd, p560. (H/i)


Browse A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y-Z

Search is temporarily unavailable, we are working to bring it online!

Get Involved

If you wish to

  • suggest additional information for this entry
  • suggest amendments to this entry
  • offer your own research
  • make a comment

then fill in the form on the Contact page.