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Stables and other outbuildings - Tintinhull Garden - Tea Room - gates

A visit to Tintinhull Garden in the village of Tintinhull, Somerset.

 

Is run by the National Trust.

 

This is Tintinhull House in South Somerset, and surrounding buildings.

 

Stables and other outbuildings at Tintinhull garden.

 

Grade II listed.

 

Stables and Other Outbuilidngs in Block About 5 Metres North East of Tintinhull House, Tintinhull

 

Stables etc, Farm Street

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Stables etc, Farm Street

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TINTINHULL CP FARM STREET (North side)

ST5019

 

14/348 Stables and other outbuildings in

block about 5 metres north-east

of Tintinhull House

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GV II

 

Stables and other outbuildings. C18. Ham stone ashlar, red brick east gable; plain clay tiles over stone slate base

courses. between coped gables. 'T'-plan with additions; 2 storeys, 6-bay south elevation onto entrance courtyard.

Hollow chamfered mullioned windows to lower bays 1, 4 and 6, of two lights, in recesses without labels; garage doors to

bay 2, with 3-light casement window above; boarded doors bays 3 and 5, the former in a recess and with a glazed panel;

straight joint between bays 4 and 5. The brick east gable, in Flemish bond, has a semi-circular arched doorway at first

floor level approached by a stone stairway with an early C19 cast iron handrail. Two projections to rear, of which the

longer has queen post and collar trusses to roof, of 4 bays, and may represent an earlier building, this also has

stairs at the north end to a first floor doorway.

  

Listing NGR: ST5026519752

 

Tea Room in the old stables. Didn't have time to go in for a drink (it was a bit early - so we headed for our next destination - Bridport).

 

One last look at the stables / tea room and the gates.

 

Boundary wall and gate is Grade II listed.

 

South Boundary Wall to Tintinhull House with Gateway East of House, Tintinhull

 

South boundary wall etc. Farm Street

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South boundary wall etc. Farm Street

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TINTINHULL CP FARM STREET (North side)

ST5019

 

14/347 South boundary wall to Tintinhull

House with gateway east of house

 

GV II

 

Boundary wall. C18. Red brick; Flemish bond, on Ham stone plinth, angled Ham stone coping, extending about 73 metres

westwards from hous. the height varying from 2.5 to 4 metres: shorter wall with gateway to east, in English garden

wall bond about 2 metres high, with early C20 boarded door and parcels hatch near house, then Ham stone ashlar gate

piers with bell-hip caps, and mid C20 wrot iron gates set in quarter-circle concave sweeps. The whole adds considerably

to the setting of the important Tintinhull House (qv) and gardens, as well as the streetscene.

  

Listing NGR: ST5025619730

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Taken on May 4, 2012