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ST75SE BUCKLAND DINHAM CP
MURTRY 4/145 The Castle, forecourt wall, railings and gate piers 11.3.68
Estate house. Early C19. Coursed and squared rubble, cross gabled slate roof, coped verges with onion finials, group of 4 diagonally set ashlar stacks. Tudoresque. Two storeys, projecting gabled bay to front; casements with glazing bars in 2-light stone mullioned windows under stopped labels, trefoil head to each light; single light opening to each side of bay. Door opening in a 2 storey gabled wing to left side, 2-light stone mullioned window to first floor, below plank door in a moulded stone surround, semi-circular stone hood on cut stone brackets. Cast iron railings to forecourt with undulating heads on a low chamfered stone plinth; ashlar pier to each side with a pyramidal cap; coursed and squared rubble wall with a dressed coping extending 11 metres to each side.
Listing NGR: ST7641550007
Copyright IoE Mr Robert O. Caudwell. Source Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
People & Organisations
Photographer: Caudwell, Robert O.
Rights Holder: Caudwell, Robert O.
Ashlar, Cast Iron, Rubble, Slate, Stone, Georgian Estate Cottage, Victorian Domestic, House, Dwelling, Forecourt, Unassigned, Gate Pier, Wall, Monument <By Form>, Barrier, Railings