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Shute Farmhouse

A Grade II Listed Building in Minehead, Somerset

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.2111 / 51°12'40"N

Longitude: -3.4787 / 3°28'43"W

OS Eastings: 296808

OS Northings: 146809

OS Grid: SS968468

Mapcode National: GBR LJ.3VZR

Mapcode Global: VH5JY.NTBD

Entry Name: Shute Farmhouse

Listing Date: 28 October 1976

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1207889

English Heritage Legacy ID: 391231

Location: Minehead, Somerset West and Taunton, Somerset, TA24

County: Somerset

District: West Somerset

Civil Parish: Minehead

Built-Up Area: Minehead

Traditional County: Somerset

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset

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Listing Text


MINEHEAD

SS9646 ST MICHAEL'S ROAD
900-1/3/76 (North side)
28/10/76 Shute Farmhouse

II

Farmhouse, now a house. C18 remodelling and alteration of
earlier house with C19 extension. Painted render over
rubblestone; slate and pantile roof, rubblestone stack to rear
right and left gable end, brick stack to left-of-centre.
Probably 3-unit through-passage plan later divided into 2
dwellings, now with a C19 double-gabled rear wing to the rear
left and lean-to to the right; now one house.
2 storeys; 4-window range. Mostly C19 two-light casement
windows with small panes. The pantiled left end of the house,
built into the hillside, has 2 half-dormers and a door to the
left. The slate-roofed right end has a C19 gabled porch
flanked by a 2-light window to the right and 3-light window to
the left.
INTERIOR: altered, but photographs of a former open fire and
bread oven under a central rear lateral stack exist.
HISTORY: The name probably means that it was a farm developed
on a block of strips or shot, at the end of one of the open
fields. This may mean that it originated in the 1400s when
demesne land was let for a money-rent and could by held in a
block with other strips.
(Binding H: Minehead: A New History: Minehead: 1977-: 202).


Listing NGR: SS9680846809

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Description


MINEHEAD

SS9646 ST MICHAEL'S ROAD
900-1/3/76 (North side)
28/10/76 Shute Farmhouse

II

Farmhouse, now a house. C18 remodelling and alteration of
earlier house with C19 extension. Painted render over
rubblestone; slate and pantile roof, rubblestone stack to rear
right and left gable end, brick stack to left-of-centre.
Probably 3-unit through-passage plan later divided into 2
dwellings, now with a C19 double-gabled rear wing to the rear
left and lean-to to the right; now one house.
2 storeys; 4-window range. Mostly C19 two-light casement
windows with small panes. The pantiled left end of the house,
built into the hillside, has 2 half-dormers and a door to the
left. The slate-roofed right end has a C19 gabled porch
flanked by a 2-light window to the right and 3-light window to
the left.
INTERIOR: altered, but photographs of a former open fire and
bread oven under a central rear lateral stack exist.
HISTORY: The name probably means that it was a farm developed
on a block of strips or shot, at the end of one of the open
fields. This may mean that it originated in the 1400s when
demesne land was let for a money-rent and could by held in a
block with other strips.
(Binding H: Minehead: A New History: Minehead: 1977-: 202).


Listing NGR: SS9680846809

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