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45, Long Street, Williton

Description: 45, Long Street

Grade: II
Date Listed: 22 May 1969
English Heritage Building ID: 264995

OS Grid Reference: ST0793841229
OS Grid Coordinates: 307938, 141229
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1629, -3.3180

Location: Long Street, Williton, Somerset TA4 4QU

Locality: Williton
Local Authority: West Somerset District Council
County: Somerset
Country: England
Postcode: TA4 4QU

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Listing Text


2/229 No 45



House. C17, altered mid C20. Red sand stone random rubble part rendered first floor, colour washed right return,
steeply pitched pantiled roof, hipped roof projection on facade, originally stair turret, brick stack right gable end
and between first and second bays left. Plan altered, probably 3 cell and cross passage, entrance third bay left, 2
rooms left, kitchen right, stair turret projeciton, entrance now right return gable end, outshot at rear. 2 storeys,
5:1 bays; first floor C17 style cruciform windows, small glazed opening second bay right beside projection, similar
below, three 16 pane sash windows left, another C20 window end left, inserted C17 style window in projecting bay. Right
return two early C19 2-light leaded iron casements first floor, 2 small C20 windows, pierced, gable trelliswork wooden
porch, half glazed plank door set to right of fireplace. Interior not viewed. Court illustrates the house in 1922
before alteration. (Court, West Somerset in Tines past, n.d).

Listing NGR: ST0793841229

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Source: English Heritage

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