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Latitude: 51.0984 / 51°5'54"N
Longitude: -2.725 / 2°43'29"W
OS Eastings: 349331
OS Northings: 133483
OS Grid: ST493334
Mapcode National: GBR MK.C1FM
Mapcode Global: FRA 5656.XYK
Plus Code: 9C3V37XG+92
Entry Name: Tray's Farmhouse and Attached Outbuilding to North West
Listing Date: 17 April 1959
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1346014
English Heritage Legacy ID: 262864
Location: Compton Dundon, South Somerset, Somerset, TA11
Civil Parish: Compton Dundon
Built-Up Area: Compton Dundon
Traditional County: Somerset
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset
ST43SE COMPTON DUNDON CP COMPTON STREET (East side)
1/59 Tray's Farmhouse and attached outbuilding to north west
Farmhouse with former medieval chapel. C17 and C14. Local stone cut and squared with some Ham stone ashlar; plain clay tile roof with simple gable to house, clay pantiles with simple gables to outbuilding; brick chimney stacks. T-plan together. House 2 storeys, 4-bays with extension to south east gable. Casement windows, 2-light above and 3-light below, lower-bay 4 blank, all windows with horizontal glazing bars and timber lintols; to bay 2 a C19 part glazed door in heavy frame in plain opening. Extension set lower, with clay pantile roof, and a 3-light small-pane casement at both levels. Former chapel runs across north gable of house, with offset buttress on south corner of south west gable to full height, and a half height buttress of triangular plan to west corner: in south west gable two simple windows, the lower unglazed, with vertical iron bars: in south east return set high a small circular curvilinear traceried window: in north east gable at upper level the remains of a C14 traceried window with label, now a doorway; lower double doors. Lean to extension on north west face. Interior not seen.
Listing NGR: ST4933133483
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