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A Grade II Listed Building in Yatton, North Somerset

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Latitude: 51.3998 / 51°23'59"N

Longitude: -2.8375 / 2°50'15"W

OS Eastings: 341833

OS Northings: 167086

OS Grid: ST418670

Mapcode National: GBR JD.R2YX

Mapcode Global: VH7CF.R2SQ

Entry Name: Oldeacre

Listing Date: 20 January 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1320964

English Heritage Legacy ID: 33843

Location: Yatton, North Somerset, BS49

County: North Somerset

Civil Parish: Yatton

Traditional County: Somerset

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset

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Listing Text

YATTON C.P. NORTH END (north east side)
ST 46 NW
5/179 Oldeacre
- II
Farmhouse, now house. Early C16 origin, extended to left for dairy and to right
soon after original build, early C18 rear wing, C20 alterations and additions.
Rubble, rendered, formerly thatched, double Roman tiled roof with crestings,
ridge and gable stacks, some pantiles. Lobby-entry plan, rear wing forms T-plan.
1 1/2 storeys and 4 bays, ground floor has 5 C20 2-light casements of different
sizes, casement in front of ridge stack formerly has gabled porch, single storey
C20 porch to right with door and single light; 3 gables above, below roof ridge
height, to 3 bays to right, with pierced bargeboards, each with 2-light casement;
buttress to right of former door; when render was removed, straight joints were
visible to each side of 2 centre rooms. Left return has 2 small openings to
either side of stack, with pierced stonework for ventilation to former dairy,
2-light casement at first floor in place of former flue. Right return has
3 single lights at ground floor, single attic light, lean-to to rear. Rear has
catslide roof to ground floor level and 2-storey rear wing attached to 2nd room
from right; single storey pantiled lean-to to side with glazed doors and three
4-pane sashes. Rear of main range to right has ground floor 2-light casement to
right, blocked upper window to centre and small 2-light casement to left under
eaves; single storey flat-roofed C20 addition in angle with rear wing with
plate-glass window and glazed door; rear wing has on inner side two 2-light
casements at first floor, one at ground floor, 2 single lights at attic level in
gable end. Interior: former lobby entry to side of stack, room to right has
wide fireplace with heavy cambered chamfered and scroll-stopped lintel, oven
recess to right, C19 mantel shelf; possible site of former stair to rear of
room, fine framed ceiling in 4 panels with deep-chamfered beams; moulded
doorframes to each side of lobby entry, door to room to left of 2 raised panels
with latch, room also has very deep-chamfered beams with step stops, battered
walls, to front left newel stair behind door; wall to end dairy room removed,
2 wide steps down to dairy. Room to end right also has one deep-chamfered beam
remaining visible, others boxed or renewed. 2 doors at rear wing both have C17
carving in top panels, one with shields, the other with cherubs' heads. At
first floor, roof much renewed, room to right of ridge stack has stepped stack
and cupboard door to right, possibly former site of stair, 2 bays, principal
rafters and one row of purlins visible, collar at floor level and upper collar
with strut at partition wall to end room to right. Room to left of stack also
of 2 bays, principal rafters and one row of purlins, further 2-panelled door to
room over dairy. Straight stair set laterally in rear wing with panelled
woodwork at landing.

Listing NGR: ST4183367086

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