This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SS5534 PILTON STREET, Pilton 684-1/2/353 (West side) 19/01/51 No.30
Formerly known as: New Inn (part) PILTON STREET Pilton. House, at one time a public house. C17 with later alterations.
Rendered; slate roof, gabled at ends; lateral stack with old brick shaft. Somewhat altered but likely to have been a C17 cross-wing to No.29 (qv). 2 storeys. Asymmetrical front, gabled to the front. Deep eaves. One ground and one first-floor window. Ground floor has continuous fascia, broken forward over the projecting bay window with small panes in the front and 4 on the returns. C20 front door to left. The first floor has a canted oriel window with moulded cornice, the window supported on 3 curved timber brackets. INTERIOR not inspected but may retain features of interest including a C17 roof. HISTORICAL NOTE: recorded as an inn in 1859, named after Sir William Fraser. Sold in 1868 and renamed the New Inn. De-licensed in 1971 and divided into two houses, of which this is one. (Reed, MA: Pilton, its Past and People: Ilfracombe: 1985-: 137).
Listing NGR: SS5567434021
© Dr Barbara Hilton. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Hilton, Barbara
Rights Holder: Hilton, Barbara
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