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Latitude: 51.2937 / 51°17'37"N
Longitude: -2.4748 / 2°28'29"W
OS Eastings: 366988
OS Northings: 155053
OS Grid: ST669550
Mapcode National: GBR JW.YQ6H
Mapcode Global: VH89H.2R05
Entry Name: Welton Manor House
Listing Date: 21 December 1979
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1136842
English Heritage Legacy ID: 31960
Location: Midsomer Norton, Bath and North East Somerset, BA3
County: Bath and North East Somerset
Civil Parish: Midsomer Norton
Built-Up Area: Midsomer Norton
Traditional County: Somerset
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset
5120 MILLARD'S HILL
Welton Manor House
ST 65 NE 1/12
Dated 1620, but altered and now modernised, and with C19 additions to rear.
Rubble with ashlar quoins. Modern concrete tile roof in front, old pantiles
to rear. Two storeys. Central tower porch, round headed entrance with moulded
surrounds and imposts, guilloche band round extrados and sides of opening.
Flat moulded cornice over on moulded stone brackets enclosing narrow rectangular
panel with raised letters "ANNO DOMINI 1620". Room above has round headed
window, fixed light with glazing bars in moulded surround. Two windows on
each floor, one each side of porch, 3 light glazing bar casements with stone
mullions (they appear to be modern replicas in enlarged openings). Coped verges
with modern chimneys. South return has 2 light mullion window and later glazed
door. North gable has 3 light mullioned stair window (possibly a C19 replica).
Two storey wing to south-east with 3 later sash windows and on ground floor
an original 3 light stone mullion casement with rectangular drip-mould. Two
gabled C19 additions to rear and 2 original windows also in a 2 storey catslide
extension (leaded casements, 3 lights, moulded stone mullions).
Interior: C18 stairs with ramped rail. First floor south-west room has most
unusual fireplace - fluted frieze to high corniced mantel. Supporting figures
with masks in socles below (unusual Renaissance detail). Achievement of arms
over. Origin untraceable but probably connected with Richard Mogg (who built
the Manor House at Farrington Gurney) see description in Parliamentary Survey
Listing NGR: ST6698855053
This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.
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