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)
5/9 The two coach houses to Church House 14 metres East of same
Two coach houses of uncertain date, probably late Cl8/early C19, both appertaining to Church House, (qv). Both of local stone with ashlar quoins and Welsh slate roofs. Coach house to North-west of Church House, extends between Church Street and the facade of No 4 (q.v.) which it partly masks. Now offices (formerly the Frome Selwood P.B.S., now Battens' Land Agency) the street elevation has a Modern shopfront: above, under the coped gable, is a semi-circular headed window with a bolection mould architrave; the West return (facing No 4) is plain, the East elevation has an arcade of 3-semi-circular arched recesses now part blocked with windows and doors. The interior not inspected. The other, of about the same date and detailed to match the first, is West of the Church House, and attached to the side of No 4, it has a stone gable end with big semi-circular headed doorway, and brick side wall. These buldings included both for their relevance to Church House, and for their group value.
Listing NGR: ST5560116034
Copyright IoE Mr Brian Haigh. Source Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Haigh, Brian
Rights Holder: Haigh, Brian
Ashlar, Brick, Stone, Welsh Slate, Georgian Coach House, Victorian Transport, Road Transport Site, Office, Unassigned, Building, Shop, Commercial