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Description: West Farm House with Its North and East Boundary Walls and Gate Piers
Date Listed: 17 October 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 261461
OS Grid Reference: ST5441818552
OS Grid Coordinates: 354418, 118552
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9646, -2.6504
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ST51NW YEOVIL WITHOUT CP CHAPEL LANE (East side)
1/122 West Farm House with its North
and East boundary walls and gate
Farmhouse, dated 1850. Of local stone in random courses, with Ham stone
dressings; Welsh slated roof between coped gables with end stone chimney stacks.
2-storeys; in early C17 style, L-shaped plan. Main (East) facade of 3-bays, with
an off-centre projecting stone porch with solid sides, roofed and gabled: Tudor
arched doorway with date 1850 in spandrils: coat of arms in panel over. To the
ground floor 5-light mullioned and transomed windows with plain chamfers: above
a string course and then 3-light mullioned only windows to first floor: eaves
course, ornamented lead stackhead. All windows have cast iron casements with
patterned glazing. On the North end gable (nearest the road) a corbelled chimney
stack, with panel carrying a sheild and bearing the initials MIIE, with a small
gable window to an attic. The 3-bay return wing of matching character. Interior
seen in part only - much original material survives, but the staircase has been
replaced. The outbuildings converted into dwellings are not included in the
listing. Included are the boundary wall to the North and its East return, the
C19 pedestrian gate, and the plain capped gate piers, one of which has been
Listing NGR: ST5441818552
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Source: English Heritage
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