This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
ST5516SE YEOVIL CP CHURCH STREET (South side)
5/10 No 4 (Town House) with its gate piers and North boundary wall
Town House now offices, probably c1830. Cut and squared local stone in random courses Ham stone dressings. Welsh slated roof between coped gables, one truncated brick stack to left-hand end. 2-storey facade of 5-bays of A.B.A.B.A.
pattern, the middle 3-bays projecting slightly. Entrance doorway in bay 2 has plain architrave, with flat stone hood and typical Yeovil pattern console brackets - 6-panelled door, with ornamental rectangular cast iron fanlight over.
12-pane sash windows to bays 2 and 4, 8 pane sashes to bays 1, 3 and 5 (bays 1 and 3 being blank on the ground floor), all set in architraves: Small plinth, and band course between floors, quoins unmarked. Low parapet incorporating cornice moulding to 3-centre bays. Interior not inspected. Stone front boundary wall to full height to left-hand of entrance, reduced on right-hand side: two rustic jointed stone gate piers with flattish square moulded caps.
Listing NGR: ST5558916027
Copyright IoE Mr Brian Haigh. Source Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Haigh, Brian
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