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62-66, North Street and Attached Walls, Railings and Stable

A Grade II Listed Building in Crewkerne, Somerset

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.8894 / 50°53'21"N

Longitude: -2.7954 / 2°47'43"W

OS Eastings: 344146

OS Northings: 110289

OS Grid: ST441102

Mapcode National: GBR MG.S7M3

Mapcode Global: FRA 561R.6S3

Plus Code: 9C2VV6Q3+QR

Entry Name: 62-66, North Street and Attached Walls, Railings and Stable

Listing Date: 6 September 1974

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1208515

English Heritage Legacy ID: 390413

Location: Crewkerne, South Somerset, Somerset, TA18

County: Somerset

District: South Somerset

Civil Parish: Crewkerne

Built-Up Area: Crewkerne

Traditional County: Somerset

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset

Church of England Parish: Crewkerne

Church of England Diocese: Bath and Wells

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Description



CREWKERNE

ST4410 NORTH STREET
876-1/5/137 (East side)
06/09/74 Nos.62, 64 AND 66
and attached walls, railings and
stable

II

Two houses, now 3. Late C17/early C18.
MATERIALS: limestone rubble with Ham Hill stone buttresses,
stepped stone coping and brick stacks to ends and party wall.
Plain tile roof with 3 lower courses of stone slates.
PLAN: each original house was of 2-unit plan; No.62, to the
right has a later rear wing to the left.
EXTERIOR: 2 storeys; each original house of symmetrical
3-window range. All openings have wooden lintels and all
windows are 3-light casements with 2 panes to each light. The
central original doors are planked and studded with
wrought-iron strap hinges inside. No.66 has a C20 door
inserted to the left of that to No.64.
INTERIOR: The ground floor to No.62 is stone flagged, it has a
cross beam in both rooms resting on the window lintels; these
are square toward the front and chamfered to the rear with
long run-out stops. The room to the right has a deep chimney
breast with a C20 fireplace, and evidence of a staircase to
its left.
The C19 rear wing, cut into rising ground, has two wide, low
segmental arches which were storage for barrels in the C19,
when it was a public house.
SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: spearhead forecourt railings on a
rubblestone revetment wall have plain gate piers to sides and
centre; high rubblestone walls enclose the gardens to the
sides and rear and attach to the rear wing; to the right
corner of No.62 is a stable block with a morticed beam to a
former upper floor and a former door to first-floor rear.
Painted onto the right-hand buttress can be seen "Good
stabling and well aired beds". This was the Volunteer Inn.


Listing NGR: ST4414610289

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