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Key Farm House, East Coker

Description: Key Farm House

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 19 April 1961
English Heritage Building ID: 263691

OS Grid Reference: ST5563813418
OS Grid Coordinates: 355638, 113418
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9185, -2.6324

Location: A37, Barwick, East Coker, Somerset BA22 9RD

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

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Listing Text


5/133 Key Farm House



Farmhouse, Circa 1600 with C18 modifications. Local stone rubble mostly rendered, Ham stone dressings; Welsh slate and
plain clay tiles over stone slate base courses, West gable, otherwise hipped roofs; rendered chimney stacks. "U"-plan
with main facade, but with projecting porch on forth wing. 2-storeys, East elevation of 4-bays. Ovolo mould mullioned
windows with square leaded panes and headmoulds at both levels; outer bays of 4-lights below and 3-lights above,
otherwise 3-light below to bay 3 and 2-light to bays 2 and 3 above; entrance doorway in cambered arch with square label
to bay 2. North elevation of 4-bays, with 2-light windows mostly; projecting porch to bay-2 with cambered arched
doorway and old door, with small sidelights in the returns. Interior rather simple and not much altered; the South East
corner room has some fine wall panelling of circa 1700; the staircase is of the early C19.

Listing NGR: ST5563813418

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Source: English Heritage

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