© Mr John H. Sparkes
FORMER FLAX MILL OR GRANARY, ABOUT 20 METRES SOUTH OF NOS 3,5 AND 7, HAYES END (east side)
SOUTH PETHERTON, SOUTH SOMERSET, SOMERSET
Mr John H. Sparkes
20 March 2003
19 April 1961
Date of last amendment:
18 February 1988
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SOUTH PETHERTON CP HAYES END (East side)
7/109 Former flax mill or granary,
about 20 metres south of Nos 3, 5
(formerly listed as 0utbuildings
immediately S. of Hayes End
Former flax mill or granary. Possibly 1803. Ham stone cut and squared; ashlar dressings; plain clay tiled roof over
stone slate base courses between stepped coped gables. Three storeys, 3-bay north elevation. To ground floor, three
3-centre-arched openings, that to bay 3 now blocked, with 5-light transomed leaded casement window inserted; to outer
upper bays are 3-light hollow-chamfer mullioned windows without labels, with internal iron bars, those to second floor
still leaded; doorways to upper centre bays, the lower with segmental arch, the upper with flat arch in gabled dormer;
stone steps to a first floor doorway in east gable; west gable has a 4-light window to second floor; and on south side,
above a string course possibly marking the roofline of a former lean-to, are 3 further 3-light mullioned windows.
Interior not seen (SSAVBRG Report, unpublished SRO, November 1984).