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IoE Number: 263662
Photographer: Mr Alec Howard
Date Photographed: 16 August 2006
Date listed: 19 April 1961
Date of last amendment: 19 April 1961
Grade II

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ST5312EAST COKER CP11/104Nos 1 to 12, Helyar Almshouses19.4.61

ST5312 EAST COKER CP 11/104 Nos 1 to 12, Helyar Almshouses 19.4.61 GV II Terrace of 12 alamhouses. Founded 1640, largely rebuilt in early C19. Ham stone dressings to local stone cut and squared; fish-scale clay tiles with stone ridges between coped gables; stone and reconstructed stone chimney sticks. Houses grouped in pairs; 1-storey with attic, 1-bay to each house. Hollow chamfer mullioned windows with steel opening casements, all lights leaded with diamond panes; 3-lights below and 2-lights above, the lower lights set under one continuous label, the upper lights having separate gables. Cambered arch chamfered doorways set in pairs between windows, with stone steps up to Northernmost cottages, with old stone sett footpath along whole front of terrace. interiors not seen.

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