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Latitude: 51.1769 / 51°10'36"N
Longitude: -3.4956 / 3°29'44"W
OS Eastings: 295550
OS Northings: 143021
OS Grid: SS955430
Mapcode National: GBR LH.648D
Mapcode Global: VH5K4.CPC5
Entry Name: Clouds
Listing Date: 7 November 2003
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1416929
Location: Wootton Courtenay, West Somerset, Somerset, TA24
District: West Somerset
Civil Parish: Wootton Courtenay
Traditional County: Somerset
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset
House. 1925; by Stone and Francis of Minehead. Rough textured stucco rendering to brick. Graded Cumberland slate hipped roof with deep eaves and lead flat. Brick axial stacks with moulded stone cornices.
PLAN: Double-depth rectangular plan.
Cape Dutch style.
EXTERIOR: 2 storeys. Symmetrical 3-bay north front with large Dutch gable at centre with segmental pediment, volutes and oculi; 4-light casements with glazing bars, centre first floor cross-mullion-transom stair window above doorway with bolection moulded architrave and moulded 2-panel door with flanking oval oculi. 3-bay south garden front similar casements to those at front and with projecting central bay with Dutch gable with segmental pediment, volutes and oculus, full height former atrium window with round arch French casement and tall narrow lights in returns up to eaves. Small garden loggia on west side with arched front, now glazed and small single storey service wing on east side.
INTERIOR: Largely intact and complete with brick chimneypieces, open-well staircase with turned balusters, moulded handrail and square newels with ball finials; other joinery includes panelled doors, bolection architraves and kitchen cupboards. The former atrium of the garden porch has had a floor inserted and its balustrade to the landing has been removed.
A good example of a gentleman's residence of the period in the Cape Dutch style.
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