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Latitude: 51.1026 / 51°6'9"N
Longitude: -2.6877 / 2°41'15"W
OS Eastings: 351943
OS Northings: 133922
OS Grid: ST519339
Mapcode National: GBR ML.BYNX
Mapcode Global: VH8BB.CKG3
Entry Name: Butleigh Court
Listing Date: 15 July 1977
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1058743
English Heritage Legacy ID: 267748
Location: Butleigh, Mendip, Somerset, BA6
Civil Parish: Butleigh
Built-Up Area: Butleigh
Traditional County: Somerset
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset
BUTLEIGH CP SUB ROAD (East side)
11/28 Butleigh Court
Country house in landscaped park. 1845 by J. C. Buckler, on an earlier site, further minor work by E. B. Lamb; for
Henry Neville-Grenville; roof removed and interiors gutted after 1940; restored c1975 when divided into 3 dwellings.
Coursed and squared blue lias, Bath stone dressings, parapets with copings, some embattled, some slate roofs, majority
of roof unseen, elaborate profusion of ashlar stacks, singly, paired and in groups. Tudor-Gothic, irregular outline and
plan. Two storeys with basement, towers rising to 3 storeys; irregular entrance frontage to North of 1:1:1:1:1 bays, 2,
3, and 5-light stone-mullioned windows, some lights with 4- centred heads, particularly large windows to second bay
transomed, all lights with simple C20 casements. Entrance in projecting tower to third bay with angle buttresses, rich
oriel to first floor, Royal arms on corbel. Below, door opening in a dressed stone surround with a 4-centred head,
plank door with elaborate hinges. Hall at rear demolished during restoration. Interior with 3 fireplaces in elaborately
carved freestone surrounds. (Drawing deposited at R..I.B.A).
Listing NGR: ST5194333922
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