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Dunn's Farmhouse, Langford Budville

Description: Dunn's Farmhouse

Grade: II
Date Listed: 25 January 1956
English Heritage Building ID: 270990

OS Grid Reference: ST1169421873
OS Grid Coordinates: 311694, 121873
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9895, -3.2595

Location: Ramsey Lane, Langford Budville, Somerset TA21 0QW

Locality: Langford Budville
Local Authority: Taunton Deane Borough Council
County: Somerset
Country: England
Postcode: TA21 0QW

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Listing Text

Dunn's Farmhouse
Farmhouse. C17, reroofed C18. 1961 and restored 1980's. Red sandstone random rubble,
slate roof, boxed eaves, external stone stacks gable ends, stone stack left of cross
passage. U-plan. 3 cell and cross passage, rear entrance blocked, former dairy left
opening out of kitchen, agricultural building right at rear. Two storeys, 2:1 bays, wall
breaks forward beside entrance and appears to have been partly rebuilt, first floor two
3-light C18 leaded wooden casements one with fine decorative catch, C20 leaded wooden
casement right, ground floor C18 window left, C20 flanking entrance, C19 plank door with
decorarive hinges. Right return gable end set on living rock, renewed tiny wooden lancet
left of stack, original lancet right in full height projection of curing chamber.
Interior: large curing chamber intact, bread oven inserted subsequently and now removed
chamfered bressumer to kitchen fireplace with cambered head to former winder stair lit
by lancet, central lateral beams to all ground floor rooms, renewed in kitchen, cross
passage partition removed, good moulded beam to hall with scroll stops, chamfered lintel
to fireplace, C20 grate to inner room, moulded joists, balusters of early C18 stair
reset in new stair in wing, in bedroom bolection moulded chimney piece with pretty
1860s basket grate, collar and principal roof. An interesting farmhouse, carefully

Listing NGR: ST1169421873

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Source: English Heritage

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