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Description: Turleigh Mill
Date Listed: 13 November 1962
English Heritage Building ID: 314757
OS Grid Reference: ST8061360660
OS Grid Coordinates: 380613, 160660
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3447, -2.2797
ST 86 SW WINSLEY TURLEIGH
4/309 Turleigh Mill
Former mill, apparently C16 origins and C19, heavily altered in
conversion to house in C20. Rubble stone and ashlar with slate
roof, coped gables and south stack. Three storeys, the upper
floor formerly with 4 large louvred openings to front and rear with
ashlar piers, those to front with C20 glazing. First floor to
front has three 4-light hollow-moulded Tudor mullion windows with
hoodmoulds, that to centre original, the others C20. Ground floor
has C20 three-light mullion window each side of arched door. Large
iron waterwheel attached to left. North end wall has pointed
moulded doorway, ovolo-step-ovolo moulded, possibly C17 at ground
level (first floor level of front), C20 window above with original
moulded lintel and attic moulded depressed-arched doorway, possibly
C17. Mill pond behind up to first floor level of front. Mill was
attached to Turleigh House in C18 and C19, used as a tan-yard for
over 100 years according to sale particulars of 1857.
Listing NGR: ST8061360660
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Source: English Heritage
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