Listed Building: TRIGGLES, THE LONG ROOM AND ART STUDIOS, ABOUT 100 METRES NORTH OF LEONARD WILLS FIELD CENTRE
375, 5, 34
22 May 1969
Date last amended
21 December 1984
ST03NE NETTLECOMBE CP 5/34 Triggles, The Long Room and Art Studios, about 100 metres North of Leonard Wills Field Centre (formerly listed as Stable Range with Stable Cottage, Nettlecombe Court) 22.5.69 - GV II
Stables, now art studios and private dwellings. Dated 1792, undergoing renovation at the time of survey (October 1983). Rendered over brick, freestone dressing, hipped slate roof, gabled entrances and on West front, brick stacks. Courtyard plan, originally stables South and East sides, coach house North and North West; staff accommodation first floor South and South East sides. South front: 2-storeys, 2:1:2 bays; 16 pane sash windows first floor flanking unlit gabled central carriageway entrance, string course groundfloor right 2 inserted C20 segmental headed sash windows in original arched recesses, left late C18 thermal windows in arched recesses left, date stone IT (Sir John Trevelyan) 1792 in gable end. Inside courtyard, West side 2 storeys, one bay, brick stack gable end, oriel carried on brackets, sash windows, slate roof and slate hung apron, groundfloor segmental headed tripartite sash windows, plank door left, single storey right, 2 bays; rest of courtyard single storey with gabled one and a half storey carriageway entrance North side flanked by pairs of double doors with arched heads. Some late C18 stable fittings with late C19 loose boxes decorative arched openings, East side still in use. Derelict and in poor condition to left of entrance (South West). (VCH Somerset, vol 5 forthcoming; Photographs in NMR; Country Life, I February 1908).
Listing NGR: ST0569637899