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Description: Iles Farm House Including Front Boundary Wall
Date Listed: 8 October 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 106067
OS Grid Reference: ST6214608598
OS Grid Coordinates: 362146, 108598
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8756, -2.5394
There is also a scheduled monument, Medieval Standing Cross 320m East of St Andrew's Church, at the same location as this building or very close to it. This may be related in some way or possibly a different name for the same structure.
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ST 6208 VILLAGE STREET
9/49 Iles Farm House,
Farmhouse. Late C16-early C17. Coursed rubble stone walls, slate roof with
stone eaves courses and coped gables, brick end stacks. 2 storeys. At right
end, a slightly lower C17 extension. C20 part-glazed door in stone surround,
with hoodmould. Just right of this, a small blocked circular window - former
stair light. Ground floor has two 4-light stone mullioned windows with
hoodmoulds. First floor has 3 similar 3-light windows - all with hollow-
chamfered mullions. Also on first floor, a 2-light ovolo-mullioned window
over doorway. In right-hand extension, a part-glazed C20 door. Ground
floor has one 3-light ovolo-mullioned window. One metal casement on first
floor. Internally, ground floor room in extension has large open fireplace
with timber lintel and one timber jamb. One deep chamfered ceiling beam. In
the original house, right ground floor room has large open fireplace, part
built up, with timber lintel and stone jambs. Moulded ceiling beams - possibly
re-used from former compartmented ceiling. Entrance hall has heavy plank and
muntin partition at rear, with open balustrade in upper part-turned balusters.
Door with cambered head. Plank and muntin partition between hall and left
room. Left room has deep chamfered ceiling beam, and large open fireplace
with moulded timber lintel and stone jambs. Square newels with shaped tops
at head of stair. Plank and muntin partition on first floor. Low front
boundary wall of rubble stone. RCHM Monument 5 (Dorset. Vol. I) (wrongly
described here as "Cross Farm").( R Machin. "The Houses of Yetminst-er".
University of Bristol. 1978.)
Listing NGR: ST6214608598
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