PAIR OF OUTBUILDINGS 4 METRES EAST OF HEMYOCK CASTLE GATEHOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1106526

Date first listed: 13-Feb-1986

Statutory Address: PAIR OF OUTBUILDINGS 4 METRES EAST OF HEMYOCK CASTLE GATEHOUSE, CORNHILL

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Location

Statutory Address: PAIR OF OUTBUILDINGS 4 METRES EAST OF HEMYOCK CASTLE GATEHOUSE, CORNHILL

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

County: Devon

District: Mid Devon (District Authority)

Parish: Hemyock

National Grid Reference: ST1355713277

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History

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Details

ST 11 SW HEMYOCK CORNHILL, Hemyock 5/56 Pair of outbuildings 4 metres east of Hemyock Castle Gatehouse 13.2.86 GV II A pair of outbuildings; their precise function is not known, but it was probably for storage. Circa 1800. Random rubble flint; gable-end corrugated iron roof. 2 single-celled, 2 storeyed structures, running parallel to each other and flanking the approach from the parish church to the castle. Each west elevation with pointed stone doorway arch (one with a planked and studded door), and pointed window to ground floor (one blocked, the other with central mullion and saddle bars), and loft access above, also pointed. Collar rafter trusses, morticed and pegged at apex. These buildings contribute to an attractive group comprising the castle house and gatehouse, and the parish church. They were probably built during the occupation of General Simcoe, the first Governor General of Canada.

Listing NGR: ST1355713277

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