Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1136850

Date first listed: 21-Dec-1979

Statutory Address: VICARAGE, 83, NORTH ROAD


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Statutory Address: VICARAGE, 83, NORTH ROAD

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

District: Bath and North East Somerset (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Norton-Radstock

National Grid Reference: ST 66150 54397


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1. 5120 NORTH ROAD Midsomer-Norton No 83 (Vicarage) ST 6654 4/78 II

2. Dated 1844. Tudor style. Two and a half storeys limestone rubble with weathered string over ground floor. Modern concrete tile roof in 2 ranges; coped verges, 2 with saddlestones. Crenellated octagonal chimneys on right hand gable end. Two sets of diagonal chimney stacks. Tall central gabled break with narrow attic light. On 1st floor 2 mullion and transom windows and 2 narrow ones with dripmoulds and cast iron casements with diamond frames. Three carved stones on 1st floor, circles and quadrilobe inscribed in a square, these are part of a pierced C15 parapet formerly on the parish church (at Church Square). Two windows on ground floor, left hand one with proper casements, right hand one on slight corbelling. Central Tudor arch porch, ashlar faced with blind tracery spandrels and drip; shield over inscribed A.D. MDCCCLIV. Gothic panelling to door: 6 panels, upper 3 glazed with traceried heads, similar door to rear. Two storey 2 window wing to left, whose east return has an excellent reset shell hood of early C18 on carved brackets (or a very good copy). Interior: plain stairs. Front parlour has Tudor Gothic marble fireplace (see Holy Trinity Vicarage, Pow's Hill). 2

Listing NGR: ST6615054397


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Legacy System number: 31963

Legacy System: LBS

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