30, 32 AND 34, BRIDGE STREET

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1105283
Date first listed:
29-Feb-1988
Statutory Address:
30, 32 AND 34, BRIDGE STREET

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Location

Statutory Address:
30, 32 AND 34, BRIDGE STREET

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County:
Devon
District:
West Devon (District Authority)
Parish:
Hatherleigh
National Grid Reference:
SS 54090 04278

Details

HATHERLEIGH BRIDGE STREET (west side), SS 5404 Hatherleigh 11/30 Nos 30, 32 and 34 - GV II

Row of 3 cottages originally one house. Almost certainly late medieval with early C17 alterations and extended probably in the C18 or C19 when subdivided. Rendered cob and rubble walls. Thatch roof hipped to left end, gabled to right. Brick axial stack towards right-hand end and large axial stack of roughly squared stones with dripcourse, tapering cap and brick shaft. Plan: originally 3-room-and-through-passage plan, lower end to left (now No.34) and inner room (No.30) both probably extended when subdivided. Hall heated by axial stack backing onto passage. Lack of access to the roofspace precludes positive proof of an open hall but it seems likely that the hall stack is an insertion and there may formerly have been an internal jetty (probably also inserted) in line with the stack at the lower end of the hall. C19 and C20 rear additions. Exterior: 2 storeys. Asymmetrical 6 window front, 2 to each cottage. No. 34 to left has C17 chamfered 3-light wooden mullion window to left on 1st floor, a C20 2- light casement to the right and on the ground floor, with a late C19 4 panel door to its left. No. 32 at centre has mid C20 2-light casements and a C20 plank door to the left. No. 30 has early-mid C20 2-light casements and a central C20 plank door, the right-hand side of this cottage projects and is probably an addition. Interior: of No.34 was inaccessible at time of survey and No. 30 showed no early features on the ground floor. No.32, the hall and passage of the original house has a number of early features. It has chamfered cross beams and an open fireplace to the hall whose lintel is obscured. In the wall at the higher end of the hall is a blocked doorway with chamfered roundheaded wooden frame. A beam running above the fireplace may mark tne position of an internal jetty. Roof: one very substantial side-pegged jointed cruck is visible above the hall with threaded purlins. The collar and apex detail are not visible and there is no access to the roof space.

Listing NGR: SS5409204282

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
93138
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

End of official listing

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Date: 02 Oct 2003
Reference: IOE01/11163/27
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