Marsham Lodge Marsham Lane Gerrards Cross Bucks SL9 7AB UK
Marsham Lodge is home to a wide variety of residents spanning all ages and the properties are much sought after because of their design, gardens and proximity to Gerrards Cross town centre, the railway station and of course, the common.
Marsham Lodge is of great architectural importance and in 2009 was included within Gerrards Cross Common Conservation Area.
Welcome to Marsham Lodge, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, a development of twenty-five houses completed in 1969 by Span Developments.
Designed by architect Eric Lyons with his partner Ivor Cunningham, Marsham Lodge, like many Span-designed communities, is car-free and built around landscaped gardens and combines modernist design with attention to detail and harmony with the suburban environment
Span houses are about space and light, and blurring the edges between outside and indoor space.
The houses are identical in design; constructed of London Stock bricks and are semi-detached or terraced.
Marsham Lodge is adjacent to East Common and a short walk from the village centre.
Marsham Lodge houses are set within beautiful, landscape communal gardens. Each house has a private rear garden.
DESIGNED BY ARCHITECT ERIC LYONS AND HIS PARTNER IVOR CUNNINGHAM