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Latitude: 51.0522 / 51°3'7"N
Longitude: -2.6788 / 2°40'43"W
OS Eastings: 352519
OS Northings: 128309
OS Grid: ST525283
Mapcode National: GBR MM.G14D
Mapcode Global: FRA 568B.Q6R
Entry Name: The Old Cottage
Listing Date: 17 April 1959
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1056733
English Heritage Legacy ID: 262857
Location: Charlton Mackrell, South Somerset, Somerset, TA11
District: South Somerset
Civil Parish: The Charltons
Traditional County: Somerset
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset
ST52NW CHARLTON MACKRELL CP WEST CHARLTON (south side)
5/52 The Old Cottage
Pair of cottages. C16 and later. Local lias stone cut and squared, with Ham stone dressings; clay pantiles to north,
plain clay tiles over stone slate base courses to south, between coped gables; brick and stone chimney stacks. 2
storeys, 4 bays. north elevation has to lower bays 1 and 2 hollow chamfer mullioned windows of 4 and 2 four centre
arched-lights with incised spandrels, set in recesses; in upper-bay 2 a wave-mould mullioned window adapted to take C19
wood casements to match remainder of elevation. On south elevation further 3-light mullioned window-bay 4, and to-bay 3
projecting stairwell, otherwise C19 and C20 casement windows, and doors under open tiled porches. Interiors contain
much of interest: the east cottage has deep moulded ceiling beams forming 3 bays x 3 bays, with some moulded boarded
partitions and early doors; timber cambered-arched beam to fireplace in east wall flanked by unusual C16-panelling with
poppyhead finials to door jambs; cambered arched doorway to circular elm staircase; in attic above more C16/C17 boarded
partitions and doors. west cottge has circular stone staircase in south east corner, adjoining a low cambered-arched
timber beam fireplace; chamfered crossbeams and traces of a jointed cruck truss carried to ground. Believed to be the
Chantry House mentioned in 1588, and dating from earlier that century in part; the Chantry itself was disolved in 1548.
(Victoria County History, Volume III, 1974; Hamilton and Long, Some Account of the Parishes of Charlton Adam and
Charlton Mackrell, 1961).
Listing NGR: ST5251928309
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