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Description: Pear Tree Cottage and Garage Immediately to North East
Date Listed: 17 October 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 261470
OS Grid Reference: ST5515818680
OS Grid Coordinates: 355158, 118680
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9658, -2.6399
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ST51NE YEOVIL WITHOUT CP YEOVIL MARSH
2/131 Pear Tree Cottage and garage
immediately to North East
Cottage, probably C17. Of random local stone, with some brick patching: thatched
roof hipped at the East end with brick stack towards the West End. One and a
half storeys with random fenestration: from the outside this would appear to be
a typical house with a through passage away from the stack, with a later
addition to the East end. The front door is now nearly central - a boarded end
braced door with glazed panel framed by a timber boarded porch with thatched
roof: to the right 2 small casement window with intermediate horizontal glazing
bar, one of 2-lights and of 3-lights above the former a 3-light casement with
cross glazing bars, set into the thatch. To the left of the prrch a 3-light and
a single light casement, and immediately over them, at floor level, a double and
a single light casement respectively. The interior, only seen from the front
door, would seem to preserve some early work: the present owner (January 1983)
being unwilling to grant admittance. To the West of the cottage a building now
serving as the garage, probably early C19, in random coursed squared local stone
with Welsh slated roof between copings and chimney to the front. Modern garage
doors to front gable: a stable door to the side; this right have been a small
Listing NGR: ST5515818680
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Source: English Heritage
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