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Upton Mill and Attached House, Upton St Leonards

Description: Upton Mill and Attached House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 September 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 131834

OS Grid Reference: SO8683514854
OS Grid Coordinates: 386835, 214854
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8321, -2.1924

Location: 34 Bondend Road, Upton St Leonards, Gloucestershire GL4 8DZ

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

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Listing Text

(south side)

6/172 Upton Mill and attached house


Former mill building with attached house. Late C16 house; C17
addition; mill of c1800. Timber framed house; brick mill; brick
chimneys; Welsh slate roof. Mill of 2 storeys with attic; house
forms cross-wing at east end. North front: projecting gable of
house to left with small framing above close studded ground floor
on rendered plinth; single casement fenestration to gable end;
upper floor mullioned and transomed oriel with slate hood; brick
outshut extended from ridge to left with C20 casement; upper floor
12-pane sash to west side of house wing in square framing. Mill
building to right in painted brick is of 2 builds: left part
terminated by cut down eaves-mounted brick chimney to right has C20
door and flanking casements and casement above with segmental
arched head; mill to right with stable door and scattered
casements in segmental arched openings; C20 flat-roofed dormer.
West end: brick with C20 casement in segmental arched opening;
remains of timber mill wheel and stone-built wheel house. South
side: mill with scattered fenestration; single-storey brick
outshut; brick eaves-mounted chimney to left of house gable in
random rubble limestone; single-window fenestration to gable with
timber lintels; C20 glazed doors to ground floor. East side of
house: side of deep stone gable wall to left of C17 small framing;
single canted oriel to ground and upper floor; rebuilt brick
chimney at junction with late C16 part of house to north; C20
casements in side of brick outshut to right. Interior of late C16
part contains moulded stone fireplace with lozenge decorated
moulding-stops. Much internal framing. Interior of mill not
accessible for inspection. Formerly corn mill. Timber framed barn
to north (q.v.).

Listing NGR: SO8683514854

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Source: English Heritage

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