Source/Archive record SEM8349 - Porlock. Doverhay. Barn End. (formerly Lower Doverhay Farm)

Type Report
Title Porlock. Doverhay. Barn End. (formerly Lower Doverhay Farm)
Author/Originator
Date/Year 1989
Somerset Vernacular Building Research Group report

Abstract/Summary

The building was subject to survey in August 1989. It was noted to be a two storey rubble walled house with a tiled roof, aligned down a slope and with a barn added at the southern (higher) end. It was thought to have been originally of a three room plan with a deep fireplace with oven heating the central hall, which also features a stair turret. It is possible the house had a cross passage or cross entry but the western wall in the property has been rebuilt. There are several chamfered beams in the property, although it was suggested these were not in their original positions. The house was suggested to be of a mid to late 16th Century date.

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Referenced Monuments (1)

  • Lower Doverhay (previously Barn End), Porlock (Building)

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Record last edited

Sep 25 2018 12:07PM