NO 7 AND ATTACHED WALLS, RAILINGS AND GATE PIERS

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1208271

Date first listed: 23-Sep-1950

Statutory Address: NO 7 AND ATTACHED WALLS, RAILINGS AND GATE PIERS, NORTH STREET

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Location

Statutory Address: NO 7 AND ATTACHED WALLS, RAILINGS AND GATE PIERS, NORTH STREET

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

County: Somerset

District: South Somerset (District Authority)

Parish: Ilminster

National Grid Reference: ST 36096 14613

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Details

ILMINSTER

ST3614 NORTH STREET 1939-1/7/80 (West side) 23/09/50 No.7 and attached walls, railings and gate piers

GV II

House. Mid C17; refronted, eaves raised and extended to the rear in early C18; further extensions and alterations of c1810 and c1860. Dressed Moolham stone to street (east) facade and stucco to garden front (south). Slate roof to main building and left (south) wing and pantile to service wing; brick stacks. 3-unit plan with service wing to right (north), early C18 wing to the rear left (south) and C19 stairhall to angle between wings. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys. The earlier block, facing east to North Street, of 4-window range, has right-of-centre, 6-panel door with raised-and-fielded panels and shallow overlight of 4 panes, beneath a blind window and a ridge stack to its left; it is flanked by 3/6-pane sashes with horns; to the far left is a blind window to both floors. All the architraves are moulded, painted, and have cyma-moulded keystones. These and sashes to the right service wing may have been cross-windows. Gutters are supported by wrought-iron brackets. The garden front, facing south, is rendered with plain pilasters to the sides and left-of-centre immediately below a ridge stack. 2 storeys; irregular 6-window range. The attic in the gable end to the right, in the main east-facing block, has a small C19 two/two-pane sash in a wide early C18 architrave with cyma-moulded keystone. The 2 windows below it are mid C19 one/one-pane sashes with margin panes; that to the first floor has a Regency-style balcony with a swept hipped canopy which has an open-work frieze. To the inside-right is a wide early C18 door, glazed to the top in mid C19 with margin panes: the doorcase is early C18, with moulded segmental pediment and cyma-moulded keystone supported by fluted Corinthian pilasters. The window to the left is a late C19 two/two-pane sash, that to the far left is 8/8-panes; all windows on the first floor are 8/8-panes except that to the left-of-centre, which is 1/1-panes. INTERIOR: Hall entrance from garden has c1810 elliptical arch. To the left of it is a small early C18 panelled room with chamfered beams and pine raised-and-fielded panels with bolection-moulding to the main panels and to the 2-panel door, moulded panels to the shutters of the splayed window opening; it has a moulded box cornice and cyma-moulded fire-surround; below this room is an C18 cellar with stone steps, a flagstone floor, segmental-arched barrel-vaulting to the roof and an opening onto the garden. To the ground-floor rear of that is the kitchen with a c1810 dresser filling the end wall. The room to the right of the hall has c1860 dado and skirting. The hall leads to an open-well open-string staircase with reeded balusters, swept wreathed mahogany handrail and wreathed curtail step. To the north-west corner of the main block is part of a c1710 staircase with closed string and turned balusters. The attic to the main block has repositioned pine panelling and C17 A-frame roof trusses. The rear left wing (south) has an early C18 four-bay butt-purlin roof structure with straight principal rafters. SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: a brick wall with Ham Hill stone capping encloses the garden to the south along North Street and connects with the piers of the wall to The Vicarage, Court Barton (qv). At the middle, it curves in towards gate piers with banded rustication, moulded cornices and pyramidal caps, which flank a C20 gate. It supports railings with square-section alternate loop-and-rail design.

Listing NGR: ST3609214610

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