|Native name Grove Farm|
|Location||East Coker, Somerset, England|
|Designated||19 April 1961|
Hymerford House (which has also been known as Grove Farm, Manor House and Bridge Farm) in East Coker, Somerset, England was built in the 15th century and it has been designated as a Grade I listed building.
The original hall house was built of local stone with Hamstone dressing and the walls are rendered. In the 16th century the house was altered with the addition of porches to the front and back. The west front is of six bays. Attached to the house is the 18th century Grove Cottage. In the grounds is a 19th century sheep dip.
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