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North Devon (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SS 54879 36762



4/38 Nos.1-7 Prixford Cottages

25.2.65 II

Row of adjoining Cottages, C18th fabric but much renovated in C20. Rubble stone and cob, thatched roof to Nos. 1-4. 2 storeys. No. 1 is colour-washed with hipped roof at right hand end. Brick stack. One 2-light easement to right of and 2 similar openings above doorways. No. 2 (also 'the Shieling') is whitewashed to first floor level. Heavily rendered above brick stack to right. Single 2-light casement over similar window to right of door with C20 slated canopy. No. 3 has exposed stonework to first floor level, whitewashed above. Brick stack to left. Pair of 12-paned sashes with glazing bars above canted bay window with sash with glazing bars and 4-paned sidelight sashes to left of door. No. 4, which breaks forward, is all whitewashed render. Two 2-light casements above slated canopy over inserted C20 casesment between canted bay window with 2-light casement and 3-paned sidelights to left and doorway to right. No. 5 (also 'Greenways') has corrugated roof and brick stack to right. Facade has all stonework exposed with 2 inserted casements above continuous slated canopy over canted bay window with 2-light casement and 3-paned sidelights to right of half-glazed 9-paned doorway. Nos. 6 and 7 break back slightly. Corrugated roofs and brick stack to left, colour-washed rendered walls. Each has 2-light casement deeply set above doorway with slated hood. 2-light casement to right. Doorway to right has 'stable' half-glazed door. Rears and interiors not inspected.

Listing NGR: SS5487936762


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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: 12 Apr 2005
Reference: IOE01/14103/07
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Stephen Macallister. Source Historic England Archive
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