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© Mr George Stacey

IoE Number: 265100
Photographer: Mr George Stacey
Date Photographed: 24 July 2002
Date listed: 22 May 1969
Date of last amendment: 22 May 1969
Grade II*

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ST1436CROWCOMBE CP16/57Church House and Pound adjoiningto North West

ST1436 CROWCOMBE CP 16/57 Church House and Pound adjoining to North West 22.5.69 GV II* Church house and pound. Circa 1515, restored 1908. Red sandstone random rubble, Has stone dressings, slate roof, coped verges, stone stack right. 2 storeys, 4 bays, all windows 2-light hollow chamfered, stone mullions with leaded panes, coved string course, ground floor three windows to right and one to left of pair of 4 centred arch doorways, moulded architraves, with early C20 plank doors and decorative hinges. External stone stair on left return gives access to first floor. Interior: fine 7 bay arch braced collar purlin roof with 3 tiers of curved wind braces. Right return red sandstone rubble wall about 2 metres high with 'hit and miss' coping encloses the pound fall swept up over depressed arch entrance with rusticated voussoirs. C20 wooden gate set on forth East side. Wall returned to Church House, Church House is a Scheduled Ancient Monument (Somerset County No.27). (VCH Somerset, Vol.5, forthcoming; Photograph in NMR).

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