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Latitude: 51.1378 / 51°8'15"N
Longitude: -3.0056 / 3°0'20"W
OS Eastings: 329743
OS Northings: 138090
OS Grid: ST297380
Mapcode National: GBR M5.8NC2
Mapcode Global: VH7DH.VNFN
Entry Name: Crown Mills
Listing Date: 16 December 1974
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1205648
English Heritage Legacy ID: 373849
Location: Bridgwater, Sedgemoor, Somerset, TA6
Civil Parish: Bridgwater
Built-Up Area: Bridgwater
Traditional County: Somerset
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset
ST2928 CHILTON ROAD
736-1/3/33 (East side)
16/12/74 Crown Mills
Also known as: Crown Mills CHILTON STREET.
Flour mill, now a furniture warehouse. Early and mid C19,
deeds of 1844. Red Wembdon Hill rubblestone, with hipped
double Roman tile roof. Rectangular plan with forward outshut
to right. 3 storeys; first stage was symmetrical 2-window
range, later 3-window range with a vertical joint between.
Original windows are cast-iron 2-light casements, one remains
to left at eaves level, others are C20 or blocked. 3 loading
bays to first floor, a gauged stone segmental arch to left and
concrete lintels to the others. A wide gauged stone
segmental-arched entrance to the centre of the left-hand block
has C20 doors, the projecting forward wing has segmental
arches to C20 windows. The left return, facing Chilton Street,
has three 2-light cast-iron windows to each floor.
INTERIOR: the two stages of building are clear, the first, to
the left has 2 heavy oak beams running parallel to the front
supported by cast-iron columns. The second stage also has 2
beams, at right angles to the front; the cast-iron columns are
more slender. The first floor is similar, second floor has
queen-post trusses supported at the centres by one cast-iron
pillar, 5 bays to each half. The mill was originally
steam-powered, and is situated to the north-west corner of the
Listing NGR: ST2974338090
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