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© Mr Michael Cook

IoE Number: 430623
Location: WALES COTTAGES, ROW OF COTTAGES ABOUT 10 METRES NORTH EAST OF WALES FARMHOUSE, CHURCH PATH (north side)
  QUEEN CAMEL, SOUTH SOMERSET, SOMERSET
Photographer: Mr Michael Cook
Date Photographed: 07 September 2007
Date listed: 06 March 1986
Date of last amendment: 06 March 1986
Grade II*

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QUEEN CAMEL CPCHURCH PATH (North side)ST52SE6/86WALESWales Cottages,

QUEEN CAMEL CP CHURCH PATH (North side) ST52SE 6/86 WALES Wales Cottages, Row of cottages, about 10 m north-east of Wales Farmhouse GV II* Row of cottages, originally 3, currently 2. C15 and later, Local lias stone cut and squared. Thatched roof coped on west gable, plain to east; brick chimney stacks. Two storeys, 6 bays irregular fenestration. Horizontal bar casement windows under timber lintols, mostly 3 light but 2-light upper bay 5 and 4-light lower bay 4; no window upper bay 4 continuous string over upper bays 2 and 3 possibly on a former gable; window to upper bay 6 has ovolo moulds; to lower bay 3 boarded door in heavy frame with early C20 latticework timber and slate porch; to lower bay 5 a boarded door under plain rectangular fanlight. To rear, sundry lean-to buildings, also stair turret on north-west corner; one C13 boarded door in heavy frame. Only western portion seen inside, but this has dividing partitions of ovolo mould plank and muntin both levels, camber-arched doorways; plain camber-arched fireplace to first floor west gable; circular. stairs in turret around tree newel, treads cased; with small stairlight in gable wall; in dividing wall between two cottages what appears to be raised chuck truss with cambered collar. In centre room of adjoining cottage could be seen a 4-panelled ceiling with deep chamfer beams. Cottages have been reasonably maintained, but unoccupied for some years.

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