This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
ST5515NE YEOVIL CP HENDFORD HOUSE (East side)
8/26 No 15 (Flowers House) (formerly No 8) with adjacent gate piers
Town House (now offices) of probably late C18. Local Stone cut and squared and ashlar dressings, with Welsh slate roof between coped gables, having two end and one off-centre stone chimney stacks. 3-storey facade of 5-bays, with central doorway (three steps up); 5-panel door (the upper four glazed) in painted stone surround, with shallow cornice mould hood supported by plainish console brackets. Simple architraves to sashes at each level; ground floor windows have lost their glazing bars: first and second flows have 12-pane windows. Stone plinth (with modern cellar window to right-hand of doorway; stone band at second floor level; simple cornice at top with low parapet wall over. Centre window first floor has lugged and heeled architrave. Interior not seen. To left-hand of house 2-capped stone gate piers flanking side entrance. (Formerly Henry Monk's private grammar school in late C19, later home of Dr. Flower).
Listing NGR: ST5550715848
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Ashlar, Stone, Welsh Slate, Georgian Town House, Domestic, House, Dwelling, Gate Pier, Unassigned, Grammar School, Education, Secondary School, School, Private School, Office, Building