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Commelines Mill and Attached House, Upton St Leonards

Description: Commelines Mill and Attached House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 September 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 131833

OS Grid Reference: SO8668215309
OS Grid Coordinates: 386682, 215309
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8362, -2.1947

Location: Bondend Road, Upton St Leonards, Gloucestershire GL4 8EQ

Locality: Upton St Leonards
Local Authority: Stroud District Council
County: Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL4 8EQ

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Listing Text


3/171 Commelines Mill and attached


Mill building (now disused) with attached house. Late C18; mill
and house enlargement of early C19. Brick; stucco facing;
rendered chimneys; Welsh slate roof. Mill building with attached
2-storey house on south side. South front of house: 3-window
sash fenestration; parapet with cornice and plain upper floor
level band; Regency iron canopy to ground floor; central doorway
with 6-panel fielded door; lean-to conservatory to right with high
backing wall. West: house to right with 4-window sash
fenestration, parapet and cornice continuing from south; blank
outer window recesses except doorway to left with decorated
fanlight and 6-panel fielded door. Parapet to side of mill
projecting to left; plank door in round-arched recess flanked by
casements; blocked upper floor openings. Gable end of mill in
painted brickwork with circular window to gable apex; segmental
headed fenestration below; central plank loading door at high
level and part leaded casement to left. East: gable end of mill
to right with 3-centred arched casement to middle and upper floors;
angled corner of late C18 cottage to left with brick eaves dentil
course and cambered-arched upper floor part-leaded casement; C20
stucco-faced addition to left. North side of mill: long 2-storey
outshut. Other attached buildings to north not of special
interest. Interior of mill has near complete corn milling
machinery and equipment for grain storage. Sunken garden occupies
area of mill pond. Mill continued to be worked until 1914.

Listing NGR: SO8668215309

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Source: English Heritage

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