Listed Building: THE OLD SHOULDER OF MUTTON INN (1245145)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 323, 3, 60
Date assigned Wednesday, May 23, 1984
Date last amended


SK 23 60 PARISH OF WINSTER WEST BANK 3/60 (West Side) The Old Shoulder of Mutton Inn GV II House. Formerly an inn. Mid-C18 with later refashioning. Coursed rubble gritstone and limestone, with coped gables and moulded kneelers, intermediate ridge brick stack, and stack remnant to north gable. Welsh slate roof. Two storeys, four bays, with later added fifth bay at south end. First floor openings have extended heads with key blocks and glazing bar sashes; ground floor has plain surrounds to openings and C20 casements. Off-centre doorway with massive lintel and quoins, and C20 double half doors, half glazed. South end bay with matching first floor window with cart opening below, with corbels supporting oak lintel beam. Blocked 2-light mullioned windows to gable ends, visible from interior, which retains C18 turned baluster staircase, C18 panelling to part of a first floor room, C18 hearth to ground floor, and fragments of an earlier roof, with a curved principal in the single remaining truss. Listing NGR: SK2399460505

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Grid reference SK 23994 60505 (point)
Map sheet SK26SW

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Sep 7 2007 10:36AM

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