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© Dr Gareth Morgan

IoE Number: 429598
Location: PEPPERPOT CASTLE,
  UPTON, WEST SOMERSET, SOMERSET
Photographer: Dr Gareth Morgan
Date Photographed: 19 September 2001
Date listed: 04 August 1986
Date of last amendment: 04 August 1986
Grade II

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SS 92 NE UPTON CPUPTON VILLAGEPepperpot Castle10/114

SS 92 NE UPTON CP UPTON VILLAGE Pepperpot Castle 10/114 - II Shown on OS map as Haddon Lodge, Lodge to Lady Acland's drive now private dwellings. Early C19, enlarged late C20 Rendered, probably over rubble, plinth, crenellated parapet concealing probable flat roof, slate roofs to C20 additions, rendered stack as extended merlon in southern corner. Triangular in plan, hexagonal towers in corners, single storey porch on north front, stair in south turret, colonettes to all arrises on original structure, C20 additions east and west fronts. Castellated style. North front: 2 storeys, towers with attics indicated by moulded string courses,blind lancets in towers, blind quatrefoil first floor between towers, gabled single storey porch below, pointed arch window with divided tracery entred on left return, plank door, pointed arch, half-glazed inner door; lit first floor on east and west fronts with similar pointed arch windows with divided tracery, C20 additions below; glazed lancet to stair in south turret. An entertaining little building with sympathetic C20 additions. This drive was built By Lady Harriet Acland during the long period of her widowhood, 1778-1815, to connect Pixton Park (qv) Dulverton CP, where her daughter the Countess of Carnarvon lived, with her own estates near Wiveliscombe. (Rushbridge, Exmoor Review, 1974).

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