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Chewton Mendip can be divided into a number of areas and some aspects of the tithing system are retained but most of the farms are now private houses. Some houses take their names from natural features but the church is the best known and obvious building in the village and  is correctly an icon for Chewton Mendip. There are some grand houses in the village but the majority of the homes are more humble. Properties may be  structures or fields and are listed under their modern names, minus a prefix like ‘The Old…”. Placs icon places

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Bathway Cottage 494 This building no longer stands
Bell Farm Bell Farm used to be a pub.
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Chew Hill Cottage Chew Hill Cottage has had many functions.
Chewton House Chewton House is the home of Earl Waldegrave.
Chewton Field House Chewton Field House is in Bathway.
Chewton Priory Chewton Priory was demolished in the 1950s but can be seen in many photographs.
Chewton Priory Cottage Chewton Priory Cottage in th grounds of what is now the Cheese dairy .
Chewton Priory Lodge Chewton Prirory lodge is in the gateway of the former Chewton Priory at Bathway.
Chewton Priory Mr Jenkins House Mr Jenkins House built an 18th century house on the site of Chewton Priory.
Church  Chewton Mendip church is famous for its impressive tower.
Cutlers Green Cutlers Green contain a number of houses but used to be the home of Mendip Motors.
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Double Farm Double Farm is now a private house.
Dudwell Farm Dudwell Farm is now a private house.
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Egelfeld House  Egelfelde house no longer stands.
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Ford HouseFord House was probably built as a private dwellingFord House FarmFord House Farm may have been built as a farm but it is now a private house.

 Farms  Farms are also listed separately and includes some farms that no longer exist. Most of the farms are now private houses and are incuded in this list
Folly  The Folly is now the name for a group of cottages.
Ford Cottage Ford Cottage is connected to Ford House Farm but it is a separate property.
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Hillside/HillView Hillside and Hill View are two cottages in Bathway.
Hippisley Farm The Hippisley estate has been broken up but they were major landowners in Chewton Mendip as well as Ston Easton and Emborough. Different branches of the family owned  Farms and other properties. Hippisey farm is now a private house.
Homedene Homedene a private house in the High Street.
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Kingshill Cottages  Kingshill Cottages are in Lower Street
Kingshill House  Kingshill House is next to Kingshill Cottages
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Lime Kiln Cottage  There are several lime kilns in the parish boundary but Lime Kiln Cottage is the middle cottage in Coles Lane (east).
Lynch Cottage Lynch Cottage still stands but has been significantly modified.
Lower Street Cottages There are still several old cottages on Lower Street 
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Manor House The former Manor Farm is now a private house caled the Manor House.
Methodist Chapels There were at least four Methodist Chapels in Chewton Mendip.
Miners The ‘Miners‘ is better known as the Miners Arms but is now a private house.
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Nedge There are two sets of cottages in Nedge, one row is near the top of the hill and another role lower down. Nedge Farm, Uphills and Richlyn Cottage are also in Nedge. Everards Farm may also be considered to be in Nedge.
Nedge Chapel  A Methodist Chapel was in Nedge.
Nicholas’ Cottage  This was one of the cottages in Lower street demolished in the late 20th century.
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Old Ford Farm Building 1 This may have ben a barn, house or pub.
Old Ford Farm Building 2 This building may have been a mill.
Old Smithy The Old Smithy at Chew Head  was one of many blacksmith’s shops in the village.
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Post Office There used to be two post offices, in Chewton Mendip. The first was next to the shop in the centre, the last one to operate was in Bathway.
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Peppards  A cottage in Bathway is named after a member of the Peppard family who used to live there.
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Quarrs Farm Quarrs Farm is now a private house.
Quarrs Cottage Quarrs Cottage is a private house next to Quarrs farm.
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Rectory The modern rectory is in Lower Street close to the Old Rectory. See also Vicarage.
Redsheard Redsheard is now a singleprivate house but there used to be a number of properties in the area.
Rock Cottage Rock Cottage is shown in the High Street page but Rock Cottage could also refer to ‘Rotten Row’ on the Litton boundary.
Round House The Round House was stood near Priddy but its function is not fully understood.
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Sages Farm Sages Farm is still a working farm.
Shop There used to be several shops in the village but only one remains.
Sperrings Green Farm Sperrings Green Farm is still a working farm.
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Thatcher’s Cottage  Several buildings once stood in a field near the church.
Tudor Cottage Tudor Cottage is in the High Street.
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Vicarage The village contains ‘The Old Vicarage’, The ‘Old Rectory’, ‘The Rectory’ and other buildings linked to them. See Rectory.
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Waldegrave Arms The pub is named after the Waldegrave family.
Waldegrave House. Waldegrave House is on Lower Street was probably built on the site of a farm.
Weaver’s Cottage Weaving was conducted in many houses but a family called Weaver occupied a cottage in Lower Street in the 18th century which may have been demolished within living memory.
White stile cottage The modern White Stile is a house on the modern Emborough road but it as once a farm.
Woodside Woodside is a large red brick house on Lower street.
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