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Outbuildings, 80 Metres South-East of the Court House, East Quantoxhead

Description: Outbuildings, 80 Metres South-East of the Court House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 16 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 265125

OS Grid Reference: ST1372243612
OS Grid Coordinates: 313722, 143612
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1852, -3.2358

Location: Frog Street, East Quantoxhead, Somerset TA5 1EJ

Locality: East Quantoxhead
Local Authority: West Somerset District Council
County: Somerset
Country: England
Postcode: TA5 1EJ

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Listing Text


13/78 Outbuildings, 80 metres
South-East of the Court House


- II

Cattle byre, now garden shed. C16 altered C18. Blue lias random rubble hipped roof, thatched except for pantiles on
South East and South corners. Rectangular in plan. One and a half storeys one bays principal feature is shouldered flat
headed doorcase, pegged on North West front. Entrance to attic on left return at ground floor level. Evidence of
blocked door inside on South East front and lancet opening. Original purpose unclear but random rubble trough on Nest
East side shows it to have been a cattle byre at one time. Long single storey, random rubble addition to South East,
pantile weather boarded gable end. Forms part of interesting group of farmbuildings with the tithe barn (qv),
overlooked by the Court House (qv) and the Church of Saint Mary (qvl.

Listing NGR: ST1372243612

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Source: English Heritage

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