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Gazebo, Steps and Garden Wall About 50 Metres North East of Naish House, Clapton-in-Gordano

Description: Gazebo, Steps and Garden Wall About 50 Metres North East of Naish House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 20 January 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 33679

OS Grid Reference: ST4783473486
OS Grid Coordinates: 347834, 173486
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4579, -2.7522

Location: Clapton In Gordano, North Somerset BS20 7RZ

Locality: Clapton-in-Gordano
County: North Somerset
Country: England
Postcode: BS20 7RZ

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Listing Text

ST 47 SE
4/14 Gazebo, steps and garden wall about
50 metres north east of Naish House
Gazebo, steps and garden wall. c. 1830-40. Rubble with limestone dressings
and pyramidal slate roof, rubble wall. Octagonal gazebo; Perpendicular Gothic
style. Wall attached to west of gazebo, about 30 metres long and 4 metres high
with stone seat set at first floor level; upper storey of gazebo approached by
flight of 11 steps to south. Gazebo of 2 storeys, first floor has door in
moulded surround with pediment, 3 blind windows in ovolo-moulded surrounds to
right; north west side has oriel window with blank arcaded base resting on demi-
figures of a knight and lady in mediaeval costume, cusped lights, remaining
sides have single light windows with cusped heads, square hood mould with mask
stops; cornice with gargoyles, pierced tracery parapet and octagonal panelled
ashlar stack. Interior: retains substantial fragments of Gothick plasterwork
including ribbed ceiling. Part of the extensive service and garden buildings of
the former Naish House (burnt and demolished), all in a Gothic style; gazebo now
in the grounds of mid C20 Naish House.

Listing NGR: ST4783473486

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Source: English Heritage

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