MEM23608 - The Close, Edbrooke Road, Winsford (Building)
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The site is located on the boundary of two parcels of land on the Tithe Map for Winsford, labelled as land parcels 656 (west) and 669 (east). The accompanying Apportionment states that 656 was part of the lands of the mill and named "Close", and in use as meadow, owned by Sir Thomas Dyke Acland and occupied by Joan Milton. Land parcel 669 was known as "Mill Meadow" and again owned by the Aclands but was occupied by Thomas Paul.  The site is shown as a clear plot on the 2nd Edition Ordnance Survey map.  A large house and gardens is visible on the aerial photographs taken by the Royal Air Force in 1946-8.  The building is sited at SS 9072 3470 and labelled The Close on modern MasterMap data.  The Close is a large detached house in typical Arts and Crafts style, influenced by architects such as CFA Voysey. It is roughcast rendered with a plain tile roof and tapered rendered stack. The original windows, usually small paned timber or metal casements, have been replaced. 
- <1> SSO710 Map: 1839. Winsford Tithe Map and Apportionment. Land parcels 656, 669.
- <2> SEM7190 Map: Ordnance Survey. 1902-1907. County Series, 2nd Edition 25 Inch Map. 1:2500.
- <3> SEM6707 Aerial photograph: Royal Air Force. 1946 -1948. Vertical Aerial Photography.
- <4> SEM8322 Map: Ordnance Survey. 2016. MasterMap.
- <5> SEM6960 Report: Fisher, J.. 2005. Winsford: Village Character Appraisal. 7,12, 16.
|Grid reference||Centred SS 9072 3470 (15m by 20m) (MasterMap)|
|Civil Parish||WINSFORD, WEST SOMERSET, SOMERSET|
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Record last edited
Jun 29 2016 12:44PM
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