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North Devon (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SS 65839 17644



5/3 Bridge Farmhouse, including -

20.2.67 cider-house attached



Farmhouse, now in two occupations, including cider-house attached. C17 but very possibly earlier fabric concealed. Whitewashed rendered stone rubble and cob. Thatch roof, lower end and kitchen wing asbestos slate. Cider-house has corrugated asbestos roof. Large stone rubble stack to lower end. Axial stone rubble stack heightened in brick backing on to passage, brick stack towards left, hipped end of main range and brick stack to gable end of rear wing. Plan: main range appears to consist of 3-room and through-passage plan, lower end to right with hall heated by axial stack backing onto through-passage. Extending at right-angles from front right end of lower end is a low 2-storey kitchen/dairy range, with the lofted cider-house attached at the right end of the dairy. The inner room end appears to have been extended at a later date to the rear by the addition of a wing, the outer face of which faces the road and forms separate entrance front. The farmhouse is split into 2 occupations, the hall/through passage partition forming the dividing wall. 2 storeys. Main range has 4-window range. C19 fenestration principally intact. Left end has 12-paned sash above C20 12-paned window. Hall has tripartite sashes of 12 panes with 4-paned sidelights on each floor. Lower end has two 12-paned sashes over corrugated leanto roof to porch with plank door to through-passage to left of 3- light casement 10 panes per light. Kitchen wing has large 3-light casement 8 panes per light and 3-light dairy window. Cider-house has C17 3-light chamfered mullion window with 4 pigeon holes to right above C19 2-light mullion window both to right of plank door. Outer face of rear wing facing road has C19 3-light casement 8 panes per light to each floor to left of 16-paned sash above and just to left of C20 plank door with canted bay window with sashes with margin glazing bars and hipped slate roof to right. Interior: brief inspection of lower end only suggested interior largely unspoilt in C20 with probably earlier fabric concealed by C19 chimneypiece and boxing in of cross ceiling beam. C17 chamfered doorframe between chamber over lower end and kitchen wing. Wing has C17 truss with morticed and tenoned collar. Roofspace over main range not accessible at time of survey. The plasterwork mentioned in the previous list description no longer survives.

Listing NGR: SS6583917644


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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 Mar 2002
Reference: IOE01/05709/29
Rights: Copyright IoE Dr Ann Allen. Source Historic England Archive
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