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Jerrards, with Attached Service Range and Pigeon-House, Sandford Orcas

Description: Jerrards, with Attached Service Range and Pigeon-House

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 11 July 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 105670

OS Grid Reference: ST6206220489
OS Grid Coordinates: 362062, 120489
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9826, -2.5418

Location: Dark Lane, Sandford Orcas, Dorset DT9 4RY

Locality: Sandford Orcas
Local Authority: West Dorset District Council
County: Dorset
Country: England
Postcode: DT9 4RY

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Listing Text

ST 6220 -
15/128 Jerrards, with attached
service range and
11.7.51 pigeon-house
- II*
House with attached outbuildings. C16 core to south end of house.
C17 rebuilding to north of this, with date 1616 on porch. C17
service-wing to south. C20 extension of house to north. Rubble-stone
walls. Stone slate roof, with stone gable-copings, and C20 gable to
front at right hand. Two storeys, and attics. 3 windows to original
house, excluding services, hollow-chamfered stone mullions to ground
floor, ovolo-moulded to first floor. C16 window to left of porch, of
4 lights with separate label. Two 2-light C17 windows right of porch
with separate moulded cornices. C20 metal casements with lead lights.
The gabled porch has an outer archway with moulded jambs, inposts and
a round head with strapwork ornament. Above it is a band of strapwork
ornament, dated, and a cornice. In the gable is a lozenge-shaped panel
with a shield of arms of Gerrard. Inner doorway with moulded jambs and
depressed-arch head, C17. Door, plank-and-muntin, studded, C17 with C20
renewal. The west front has two small gabled wings of 3 storeys, C17.
The north wing has 4-light mullions, the lowest transomed. The south
staircase wing has 2- and 3-light mullions, the top-most being pedimented.
A C2O wall joins the two wings. Plinth mouldings and strings over the
first floor windows. Attached service-range at south end, same materials
with a stone stack on the gable end. 2 storeys. 3 windows, 2- and
3-lights stone mullions having C20 metal casements with lead lights.
The doorway, left of centre has moulded jambs and a depressed-arch head,
C17. C20 plank door, studded and with strap-hinges. Pigeon-house,
attached at south-east corner of service-range has rubble-stone walls
and a gabled Roman-tile roof. North elevation has a 2-light stone
mullion window, and a door, with moulded jambs and depressed-arch head.
Plank door, studded and with strap hinges. There is a flight of 10
Blue Lias stone steps up to a studded plank door, at first floor level
on the east wall. Interior of the house: Entrance hall has on the
back wall a C17 fireplace with moulded jambs and 4-centred arch in a
square head. C17 doorways. The writing room in one of the west wings
has a C17 fireplace and some re-used panelling. The C20 wing has a
reset C17 fireplace with moulded jambs and depressed arch in a square
head, with a band of conventional carving above. (RCHM, Dorset I,
p 198(3)).

Listing NGR: ST6206220489

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Source: English Heritage

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