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No 1 No 3 (Wembley) Nos 5 and 7 No 13 (Cheapside)

A Grade II Listed Building in Sherborne, Dorset

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.9501 / 50°57'0"N

Longitude: -2.5166 / 2°30'59"W

OS Eastings: 363805

OS Northings: 116864

OS Grid: ST638168

Mapcode National: GBR MV.ND6X

Mapcode Global: FRA 56ML.MD9

Entry Name: No 1 No 3 (Wembley) Nos 5 and 7 No 13 (Cheapside)

Listing Date: 30 November 1971

Last Amended: 4 October 1973

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1110692

English Heritage Legacy ID: 104083

Location: Sherborne, West Dorset, Dorset, DT9

County: Dorset

District: West Dorset

Civil Parish: Sherborne

Traditional County: Dorset

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Dorset

Church of England Parish: Sherborne with Castleton Abbey Church of St Mary

Church of England Diocese: Salisbury

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Listing Text

NEWLAND
1.
1625
North Side)
No 1
No 3 (Wembley)
Nos 5 and 7
No 13 (Cheapside)
(Formerly listed as
No 3 Wembley and
2 adjoining cottages.
ST 6316 1/176 30.11.71.
II GV
2.
Nos 3, 5 and 7 are ranged round a "drain" or court known as Higher Newland.
No 1: C19 front. 2 storey, 2 window pebbledash house, in scale both with
this group in Newland and with the more important group in Cheap Street
and in Higher Cheap Street (see group notes above for New1and and group
notes for Cheap Street (East Side) and for Higher Cheap Street) 2 small
sash windows above and another to right hand below; shape front to left
hand on corner. To right hand, lower connecting wing of 1 bay in width
in recession with another north-south wing of 1 bay in width, projecting
forward from it and built as lean-to outshut against No 3; pebble dash
wall with ledged door between the latter and main part of No 1.
Nos 3 and 5: C17 origin probably. 2 storeys. Pantile gabled roof. Colour-
washed stone rubble front. Central mock 4-centred arch leads to No 7 at
rear; small 3-light stone mullioned window above it. In No 3, to left
of passageway, one 4-light- window with small wood panes above. Below,
a 3-light sash window to left hand, door with cover, strips and doorway
with architrave frame in centre and later 3-light sash window to right
hand. In No 5, to right of passageway, 2-light casement windows with small
panes on first floor, and a 3-light stone mullioned window with dripmould
on ground floor. Entrance at north-east end of passageway.
No 7: to rear of No 13 and accessible through passageway through Nos 3
and 5. 2 storeys and attic. 1 window bay and door. Pantile roof. Stone
rubble front. 2-light casement window above to left hand; 3-light window
below. Ledged door in frame with glazed porch before it.
No 13: forms part of some range as Nos 3 and 5. Probably C17 core. 2
storeys. 3 windows. Pantile roof. Stone rubble front. External chimney
at left hand end, stone in lower part with tall narrow stack of brick above.
Above, 2-light windows and one 3-light casement at east end; moulded cornice
above ground floor windows; fixed modern window to left hand of doorway,
sash window without glazing bars to right hand and central modern ledged
door.

Nos 1 to 7 (odd) and Nos 13 to 17 (odd) form a group.


Listing NGR: ST6380516864

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