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IoE Number: 264203
Photographer: Mr John H. Sparkes
Date Photographed: 22 March 2003
Date listed: 18 February 1988
Date of last amendment: 18 February 1988
Grade II

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SOUTH PETHERTON CPMILL LANE (East side)ST41NW2/119Joylers Mill and Mill HouseII

SOUTH PETHERTON CP MILL LANE (East side) ST41NW 2/119 Joylers Mill and Mill House II Mill and mill house. Mill recorded by 1313; present mill early C19, house late C19. Mill in Ham stone roughly cut and squared, ashlar dressings; clay pantiled roof over stone slate base courses between stepped coped gables. Three storeys with attic; 4 bays irregular fenestration. Chamfer-mullioned windows of 2 lights without labels, to bay 2 second floor, bays 1 and 3 first floor and 1, 2 and 3 ground floor: double doors in plain chamfered opening with heavy lintel between bay 1/2, and also pair to bay 2 first floor: to bay 4 a projecting timber and corrugated iron structure 2 storeys higher with cantilevered top, protecting a drive shaft, and to left a semi-circular arched doorway into waterwheel well: wheel and much machinery still in position. Attached to east gable a later single-storey building to match, and to west a 2-storey link to house, with double Roman clay tiled roof and doors at both levels, the lower segmental-arched. The house has stone plinth, red brick in stretcher bond with yellow brick window arches and upper band course, overhung gabled Welsh slate roof, brick chimney stacks: 2 storeys, 3 bays: casement windows with segmental arched heads; doorway in lower bay 2 to match, verandah along front. Interiors not seen. The mill wheel undershot, and assisted by a small turbine: the leat now filled in: milling ceased about 1930 (VCH, Vol III, 1974).

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