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Bell Farmhouse

A Grade II Listed Building in Publow, Bath and North East Somerset

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Latitude: 51.3785 / 51°22'42"N

Longitude: -2.5301 / 2°31'48"W

OS Eastings: 363204

OS Northings: 164520

OS Grid: ST632645

Mapcode National: GBR JT.SG8T

Mapcode Global: VH892.3M92

Entry Name: Bell Farmhouse

Listing Date: 21 September 1960

Last Amended: 24 September 1984

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1129496

English Heritage Legacy ID: 32632

Location: Publow, Bath and North East Somerset, BS39

County: Bath and North East Somerset

Civil Parish: Publow

Traditional County: Somerset

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset

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Listing Text


6/207 Bell Farmhouse, (formerly listed
21.9.60 as The Bell Inn)

Possibly a chantry or priest's house, now a farmhouse and formerly used as an
inn. Late C15 - C16, altered C18. Coursed rubble with freestone quoins and
dressings, double Roman tiled roof with coped raised verges. 2 storeys and
attics in catslide dormers. Three 2- and 3-light casement windows with glazing
bars. Central studded plank door in ogee-step-hollow moulded and 4-centre
headed ashlar surround and under a semi-circular hood on brackets. In the
east gable end is a blocked 3-light window with cinquefoil heads and enriched

Listing NGR: ST6320464520

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

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