Baunton Mill, Baunton
Description: Baunton Mill
Date Listed: 12 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 131046
OS Grid Reference: SP0226404384
OS Grid Coordinates: 402264, 204384
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7382, -1.9686
Location: A435, Baunton, Gloucestershire GL7 7BB
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BAUNTON BAUNTON VILLAGE
SP 00 SW
9/22 Baunton Mill
Former mill and miller's house. House mid-late C18; mill
converted c1938; extended c1938. Coursed squared and roughly
dressed limestone; stone slate and artificial stone slate roofing;
artificial stone stacks. Rectangular C18 range with converted mill
building at the east gable end; small extension parallel to main
body, linked at first floor level to the south-east corner; c1938
extension at right angles to C18 range rear left. House and
converted mill: 2 storeys and attic. Five-windowed facade to the
C18 range and the converted mill respectively. Twelve-pane sashes
with plain architraves and sills to the C18 range. The sills to
the first floor windows are continued to form a band. Single-
light, 2 and 3-light early C20 stone-mullioned casements with
leaded panes and hoodmoulds (some with stops) to the converted
mill. Two 2-light slate-hung eaves dormers to the attics of both
ranges. Large Cotswold dormer with a 4-light stone-mullioned
casement to the converted range. C20 plank door with fillets off-
centre right with a moulded, dressed stone surround, with a gabled
stone-built porch with a moulded Tudor-arched entrance. Similar
fenestration to the extension at the south-east corner. C20
extension at rear in Cotswold style. Gable-end and axial stacks.
Half-hipped roof to extension at the south-east corner. Interior
Listing NGR: SP0226404384
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