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
12/74 Nos 5 & 7 -
2 dwellings formerly farmhouse. C17 fabric with late C18/early C19 remodelling of street gable end. Rubble and cob, stuccoed street frontage, roughcast rendering to sides. Slate roof. 3 cell plan built gable end to street with low right-angled 2 storey extension to street frontage now forming L-shaped plan. State with early brick stack set diagonally to rear left side with single cone pot and C19 brick stack on front extension with 2 cone pots. Behind to right side is large rubble lateral stack. Gable end to street has single sash 2 panes over 2 panes in upper storey and similar sash in low extension to right over pair of horizontal sliding sashes, 6 panes per light each side of low -glazed door in deep reveal. Added plank canopy attempts to keep rain out of sunk threshold. All window openings with stone sills and deep reveals. South side has C20 3- and 2-light casements.
Chamfered beams in middle room but interior much altered. The farmhouse is an example of a centrally placed former village farmstead in relation to Braunton's historic cellular town plan and surviving Great Field.
Listing NGR: SS4894836902
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, Render, Roughcast, Rubble, Slate, Stucco, Tudor Farmhouse, Elizabethan Domestic, Stuart Agricultural Dwelling, Jacobean Dwelling, House, Agriculture And Subsistence, Farm Building, Agricultural Building, Monument <By Form>