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Cleeve Court

A Grade II Listed Building in Cleeve, North Somerset

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.3877 / 51°23'15"N

Longitude: -2.7763 / 2°46'34"W

OS Eastings: 346078

OS Northings: 165691

OS Grid: ST460656

Mapcode National: GBR JH.RSF5

Mapcode Global: VH7CG.TDN1

Entry Name: Cleeve Court

Listing Date: 20 January 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1136522

English Heritage Legacy ID: 33683

Location: Cleeve, North Somerset, BS49

County: North Somerset

Civil Parish: Cleeve

Traditional County: Somerset

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset

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Listing Text

CLEEVE C.P. CLEEVE VILLAGE
ST 47 NE
6/18 Cleeve Court
- II

House. Early C19. Rubble, partly coursed, limestone dressings, slate roof with
raised coped verges, ridge and side stacks with polygonal chimneys. Gothic
style. 3 storeys and 6 windows, ground floor has two 8-light chamfered mullion
and transom windows with relieving arch, similar single light, mullion and
transom window with cusped heads and square stopped hood mould, 2nd bay from
right has porch (said to have been removed from Court de Wyck, Yatton C.P.) with
depressed 4-centred arch, shields in spandrels and hood mould, half-glazed double
doors with Perpendicular tracery, embattled parapet and hipped roof; single
storey block to left with 2-light casement, cornice and embattled parapet; first
floor has 3 mullion and transom windows, with pointed arched heads and relieving
arch, three 2-light windows to right all with varied cusped tracery and hood
moulds; 3 gabled dormers, all with pointed arched lights, trefoils in gables,
2-light pointed arched window under eaves; weathered buttress to left with crest
on first off-set. Right return has 2 gable ends, 3-storey to left and 2 1/2 storey
to right, connected by 2-storey 2-bay range set back; to left, canted bay, first
floor has 3-light window with chamfered mullions, 2nd floor has 3-light pointed
arched mullion and transom window, trefoil above; to right, canted bay with
embattled parapet and margin glazing, upper lights with 4-centred arched glazing,
3-light window above with similar glazing and blind 2-light pointed arched
opening in gable end; central bays have cross window and French window, two
2-light casements at first floor, all with similar margin glazing and splayed
stone heads. Left return has varied windows, some casements, small single -
storey wing with two 16-pane sashes and one 2-light casement. Rear has taller
block to left, single light and half-glazed door with ogee heads to panes,
overlight and relieving arch, first floor 2-light window with similar glazing;
lower 2-storey block to left has 10-light mullion and transom window with leaded
lights and relieving arch, two 3-light casements at first floor with pointed
arches to top panes. Interior: not inspected. Built for Rev.T S Biddulph.
(Sources: Cooke R: West Country Houses 1957)

Listing NGR: ST4607865691

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