PREMISES OF PALMER SNELL, ADJOINING NOS 1 AND 2 TO THE EAST

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1055718

Date first listed: 19-Mar-1951

Statutory Address: PREMISES OF PALMER SNELL, ADJOINING NOS 1 AND 2 TO THE EAST, COURT ASH

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Location

Statutory Address: PREMISES OF PALMER SNELL, ADJOINING NOS 1 AND 2 TO THE EAST, COURT ASH

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Somerset

District: South Somerset (District Authority)

Parish: Yeovil

National Grid Reference: ST 55739 16116

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History

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Details

ST5516SE YEOVIL CP COURT ASH

5/15 Premises of Palmer Snell, adjoining Nos 1 & 2 to the East

19.3.51

GV II

Town House, now offices. Probably late C18 but apparently re-fronted c1830. Brick colourwashed, with double Roman concrete tiles between coped gables; brick chimney stack on East side. 2-storey main facade of 3-bays. Centrally placed 6-panellod door with Regency style doorcase incorporating flat Roman Doric unfluted pilasters supporting entablature with reeding and shallow flat head, with cast iron fret over: 16-pane sash windows to either side (both bottom casements having lost their glazing bars) with matching windows above, and a central window of 12-panes, all in plain openings with flat gauged brick arches. Cornice moulding and simple stone parapet. The East return wall shows keying of new facade; random coursed stone with small circular window near crown of gable - there is a modern casement at ground floor level and a 16-pane window at first floor. Interior much altered, with little orignal work left. The late C19 rear extension not of interest. The property dominates the bottom of Silver Street.

Listing NGR: ST5573816118

Legacy

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