This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
BOVEY TRACEY MARY STREET, Bovey Tracey SX 8178
11/76 Nos. 73, 75, 77 and 79 -
Terrace of 4 cottages, part or all of which probably belonged to a single larger house originally. C16 or C17. Solid, rendered walls, probably of cob or stone.
Asbestos-slated roofs, except for No.79 which has real slates tarred over; No.73 has a lower roofline, probably because it has been re-roofed to match its neighbour on the lower side (No.71). Rendered chimneystacks on ridge in left-hand gable of No.79 and at left-hand end of No.77. No.75 has a large projecting chimney stack in front wall with off-sets and tapered cap, the shaft above eaves level being of granite ashlar. 2 storeys. Irregularly fenestrated front 5 windows wide. Some of the windows C20, but the 3 second-storey window of Nos. 75 and 79 have C19 wood casements of 2 lights, each light with 3 panes. No.73 has a wide doorway with plank door to right of the front stack, possibly the original entrance before the house was divided into cottages. No. 75 has a C19 door with 2 panels below and a single sheet of glass above; plain rectangular fanlight. No. 79 also has a C19 2- panelled door, the upper panel glazed. Interior not inspected, but probably has early features of interest, possibly concealed under plaster.
Nos 73 and 77 have PVC windows (No 77 has a door in similar material)
Listing NGR: SX8150278782
Copyright IoE Mr M J Medley. Source Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Medley, M J
Rights Holder: Medley, M J
Asbestos, Cob, Render, Slate, Stone, Tar, Medieval House, Tudor Monument <By Form>, Elizabethan Domestic, Stuart Dwelling