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Latitude: 51.1693 / 51°10'9"N
Longitude: -3.272 / 3°16'19"W
OS Eastings: 311166
OS Northings: 141883
OS Grid: ST111418
Mapcode National: GBR LT.6LWL
Mapcode Global: VH6GQ.7WL0
Entry Name: Peregrine House, St Audrie's School
Listing Date: 16 November 1984
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1345708
English Heritage Legacy ID: 265267
Location: West Quantoxhead, Somerset West and Taunton, Somerset, TA4
Civil Parish: West Quantoxhead
Built-Up Area: West Quantoxhead
Traditional County: Somerset
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset
ST14SW WEST QUANTOXHEAD CP
5/221 Peregrine House, St. Audries
School. 1856-7. Architect John Norton for Sir Alexander Acland- Hood. Random rubble Sampford Brett red sandstone,
Bath stone dressings, quoins, scalloped tiles, decorative ridge tiles, overhanging eaves, sprockets, coped verges,
ashlar double stack centre left on South front with large external stepped stack with moulded cap centre right
T-plan, entrance West front, lower gabled South front. Gothic style. Entrance front - 2 gabled dormers with paired
trefoil headed openings, mullions removed and inserted C20 casements, long narrow stair light to left of central
entrance, 2-light aullicnet and transoaed window to right. 4 centred arch headed doorway, C19 plank door, decorative
hinges and latch, gabled bell-cast porch with scalloped tiles, decorative ridge tiles (some missing), and cusped
bargeboard, carried on wooden trefoil headed arcade, and dwarf wall of random rubble, chamfered quoins and plinth.
Right return, gabled 3 bay South front has Acland-Hood coat of ares set in chimney breast and gabled bell-cote pierce
with 2 trefoiled headed arches, quatrefoil opening above, set on East gable end. This was built as the village school
and is now part of St. Audries School (qv).
Listing NGR: ST1116641883
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