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West Devon (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SX 46276 89298



4/330 Trebick - II

House. Circa late C16, C20 alterations. Whitewashed rendered stone rubble and cob, the front wall of the right-hand end rebuilt in concrete block. Thatched roof hipped at ends. 4 rendered stacks, the left-hand stacks C20. The early plan may have been 2 rooms and a through passage with an adjoining shippon. The position of the former passage is not clear. In the C20 the shippon was converted to house accommodation. Lean-to at rear. 2 storeys. Long 5-window asymmetrical front, the former shippon slightly set back. Front door on front at right under a C20 thatched prch carried on timber posts. C20 fenestration throughout with glazing bars except for 1 small earlier rectangular window to the right of the front door. Interior Direct entry into the hall with opposed doorway into the rear addition. The hall has a stack backing on to the wall with the former shippon. Large hall fireplace has granite jambs and a chamfered timber lintel with ogee stops. A circa late C16 cross beam has deep chamfers and large ogee stops. The lintel of the inner room fireplace has been lowered. Circa C17 trusses over the right-hand end of the house have large chamfered principal rafters and halved pegged collars and a diagonally-set ridge. The trusses over the former shippon end have collars pegged directly on to the principals and may also be C17. The former shippon end of the house has lower floor level and re-used cross beams and joists. An approximately central drain running axially down the shippon was found during renovations.

Listing NGR: SX4627689298


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

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