Listed Building: NEW MILL (1345724)

Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 444, 11, 70
Date assigned 05 June 1985
Date last amended
Date revoked
SS93NE LUXBOROUGH CP _ 11/70 New Mill - II Mill and millhouse, now dwelling, Probably C17 altered C19. Whitewashed rubble, double span roof, asbestos slate on house, corrugated iron on mill, large external stack with C20 rendered cap south gable end. Plan: parallel range set roughly south gable end onto road, north west wing with stable addition, another single storey addition on east front. West front: 2 storeys, 3 bays mainly C19 many paned casements in segmental headed openings, entrance between first and second bays right, pantiled pentice porch, plank door; single bay re-entrant angle of wing left with early C19 3-light leaded iron casement ground floor, single storey hipped slate roof, stable adjoining, 2 doors, one window, Right return 12-pane sash windows left and ground floor right only of external stack; wooden lintel to window in gable end right, double doors with many paned window to right under wooden lintel, Interior not seen. The waterwheel is no longer in situ, Probably on the site of an earlier mill, still in operation in 1889. (Williams, Parish Surverys in Somerset No 2: Luxborough, 1978). Listing NGR: SS9889437973

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Grid reference Centred SS 98890 37974 (33m by 25m)
Map sheet SS93NE

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