Christon Conservation Area. C17 garden, small and modest: lawns separated by terrace; retaining wail and gazebo. House (LB II) possibly medieval origins, C17, mid-late C18; gazebo and terrace wall (LB II) C17.
EH – House. Perhaps of mediaeval origins, C17, mid/late C18. Rubble, part rendered, slate roof, ashlar stacks. 2 storeys, 5 windows. Central 4 panel door and glazing bar sashes all of which have eared plaster surrounds (tidied remnants of removed render); similar pilaster strips at each end; low parapet with ball finials and a small scrolled pediment bearing arms. 3 gabled ranges at right angles at rear, all rendered and altered. Interior; left, first floor room has fine moulded and stopped stone fireplace with elaborate overmantel; centre panel with coat of arms, outer 2 with female allegorical figures, all dated on shields on cornice, 1672; 2 walls in this room and one in adjacent room have C17 oak panelling. Ground floor shows one massive plain chamfered beam and one slighter with stops; south wall facing terrace is in places 1.5 metres thick.
Listing NGR: ST3784757272 – Grade ll