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IoE Number: 32815
Location: HIGH LITTLETON HOUSE, HIGH STREET (east side)
  HIGH LITTLETON, BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET, SOMERSET
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Date listed: 21 September 1960
Date of last amendment: 21 September 1960
Grade II

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ST 65 NWHIGH LITTLETONHIGH STREET (east side)6/75High Littleton House21.9.60II

ST 65 NW HIGH LITTLETON HIGH STREET (east side) 6/75 High Littleton House 21.9.60 II House. Circa 1710 with early C19 service addition and alterations. Squared, dressed and coursed stone to north facade, ashlar to south front, irregular coursed rubble to side walls. Freestone dressings, copings, quoins, slate roof. 3 storeys and basement, 5 bay north front with 1 storey left hand service addition. Basement has keyed oculi either side of central door and cross mullioned windows with segmental heads. Similar cross mullions with leaded pane glazing to all 3 storeys but those in the top storey have straight heads. Central doorway with moulded architrave and triple keyed head. Stone doorcase with Ionic pilasters, pulvinated frieze and entablature which develops into string course. 8 panel 2-leaf door with top 4 panels glazed. Chamfered and rusticated quoins, moulded string courses and cornice. Stone balustrade enclosing basement area returned to walls at each end. Double span roof with end stone stacks. Early C19 south front with 12 x 6 pane sashes to ground floor, 6 pane sashes to lst floor and 3 segmental headed dormers. Central Tuscan Doric porch, glazed door. Interior. Ground floor right hand room has 1 raised and fielded panel wall. Circa 1710 staircase with ramped handrail and thin balusters possibly resited. (Pevsner, Buildings of England : North Somerset and Bristol, 1958).

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