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Entrance Gates, Gate Piers and Railings, 100 Metres North North East of Church of Saint Michael, East Coker

Description: Entrance Gates, Gate Piers and Railings, 100 Metres North North East of Church of Saint Michael

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 August 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 263664

OS Grid Reference: ST5389912305
OS Grid Coordinates: 353899, 112305
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9084, -2.6570

Location: East Coker, Somerset BA22 9JG

Locality: East Coker
Local Authority: South Somerset District Council
County: Somerset
Country: England
Postcode: BA22 9JG

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Listing Text


11/106 Entrance gates, gate piers and
railings, 100 metres North
North-East of Church of Saint


Gates, gate piers and railings on boundary wall. Early C19. Ham stone piers and walls; wrot iron gates and railings.
Central pair of gate piers 650 mm square and almost 3 metres high, with chamfered plinth and slightly projecting
moulded cap; heavy ornamented gates about 3.6 metres wide. Side piers 450 metres square and 2 metres high, 1.7 metres
away from main piers, to same design; double pedestrian gates on East side and railing infill to West. Railings on
ashlar wall base, wall about 850 mm high, railings 700 mm high with skirted dianond spear tops; on double curve sweep
of about 7.5 metres total length. Of great value in setting of Church, (qv) Manor (qv) and Almshouses (qv), linking in
with railings to the Almshouses (qv).

Listing NGR: ST5389912305

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Source: English Heritage

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