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Mid Devon (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
ST 02107 07182


CULLOMPTON CHURCH STREET, Cullompton ST 00 NW 10/87 No. 1 (St Patricks) - GV II Detached house with outbuildings. Circa 1840. Mostly volcanic trap with some brick and cob, plastered, under gabled-end slate roof. End stacks with brick shafts and contemporary decorated pots. 2 storeys. Front: symmetrical 3-window range; 2 later-C19 gabled dormers; deeply overhanging eaves with shaped brackets; upper windows with eaved lugged shouldered moulded architraves, sills on brackets, and unhorned sashes, 8 panes per sash to outer windows, 6 to centre window. Ground floor: semi-circular headed door with fanlight, and panelled reveals, pilasters and pediment; window to either side, moulded architraves and heavy pediments, sills on brackets, horned sashes, now 1 large pane per sash; some crown glass to 1st floor windows. Pilaster quoins; left-hand brick extension with 1 horned sash window; single-storeyed tiled outbuildings to right with door and garage. Left-hand elevation with 2 C19 oriel windows; rear wing with three 4-light C19 casement windows to 1st floor, with diamond panes to top, 2-light windows below: rear elevation with 2 hornless sash windows, one with 8 panes per sash, the other (to stairwell) with 6 above and 9 below; a later C19 3:6:3 pane canted bay to left-hand side of rear elevation. Interior: panelled internal shutters and doors survive; dog-leg staircase, curved rail and bobbin balusters. Plaster cornice to rear wing upper room.

Listing NGR: ST0210707182


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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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Date: 05 Jun 2001
Reference: IOE01/03500/02
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr John David Hampshire. Source Historic England Archive
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