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Sunday, November 14, 2010

The Treasurer's House

The Treasurer's House in Martock, Somerset is of medieval origin and dates to 1293AD. A kitchen was later added in the 15th century. The great hall in the Treasurer's House has a collar-braced timber roof and 5 windows dating to around 1330. The Treasurer's House is now managed by the National Trust.



Treasurer's House
Visitors to Martock will find the Treasurer's House through this lovely arch on Stoke Road (see below).

Treasurer's House
Visitors to the Treasurer's House can also enjoy the lovely garden as seen below.


Treasurer's House
A remarkably preserved medieval painting (see below) can be viewed in the solar block of the Treasurer's House.

Treasurer's House

The Treasurer's House is located 1 mile north west of A303, between Ilminster and Ilchester. Visitors to the Treasurer's House may also want to visit nearby Barrington Court, Lytes Cary Manor, or Montacute House, or Stembridge Tower Mill.

Treasurer's House
Martock, Somerset
TA12 6JL
Tel: 01935 825015
Map of the Treasurer's House Martock

© 2010 John Westby

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