This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SS 4836-4936 BRAUNTON CHURCH STREET (west side) Braunton 12/75 Nos. 1 and la -
Former farmhouse, now shop and dwelling to left and dwelling to right. C16, but much altered in C20. Rubble and cob colourwashed facade to left, whitewashed to right. Continuous slate roof. Large rubble stone lateral stack rendered with off- set and brick shaft. Brick stack at right gable end. Originally probably 3 cell through passage plan with lower end now forming no. la as single cell cottage with small outshut to rear. Through-passage now leads into right-angled single-storey extension entirely rebuilt in 1976. Upper end extended, formerly a corn store, now shop. 2 pairs of raised crucks suggest former open hall but no other original roof members survive. Facade has 2 timber sashes 2 panes over 2 panes to right of lateral stack at first floor with 2 C20 doors to each side of single timber sash 2 panes over 2 panes . All window openings have stone sills. To left of stack an early C20 light wood shop window with vertical matchboarding above. 2 gabled half dormers with timber barred sashes over timber sash, 10 panes per light. Building occupies position in continuous street front.
Listing NGR: SS4894736875
Copyright IoE Mr Robin Mellor. Source Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Mellor, Robin
Rights Holder: Mellor, Robin
Cob, Rubble, Slate, Timber, Medieval Farmhouse, Tudor Domestic, Elizabethan Agricultural Dwelling, Dwelling, House, Agriculture And Subsistence, Farm Building, Agricultural Building, Monument <By Form>, Shop, Commercial, Building, Unassigned