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South Hams (District Authority)
West Buckfastleigh
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SX 72215 65862



4/150 Wallaford Farmhouse - - II

Farmhouse. Circa late C15 or early C16. Hall floored and fireplace inserted in late C16 early C17 and lower end rebuilt and porch added in 1810. Datestone in gable of porch instribed "TW 1810". Plastered stone rubble. Asbestos slate roof with gabled ends. Rendered chimney stacks. Three rooms and through or cross-passage plan, originally with open hall later floored and lateral stack built on rear of hall, incorporating newel stairs (stack at gable end heating inner room). In 1810 lower end entirely rebuilt and through passage widened to take stairs and two storey porch added. Later outshuts at rear. The lower end to right rebuilt as full two storeys with lower pitched roof and gabled porch with a reused chamfered granite arch doorway and 1840 datestone in gable. The left hand higher end is one storey and attic with two small gables and a hipped roof porch in the angle with 1840 porch. C20 easements with leaded panes. At rear large lateral chimney stack incorporating newel stairs with gable over. Interior: Unstopped chamfered ceiling beam in hall. Said to be similar beam in inner room. Lateral hall fireplace with chamfered lintel with step stops. Wall between hall and inner room plastered and possibly connecting timber screen. Solid wall between hall and passage. Early C19 stairs inserted into widened through passage to form stair hall. Five roof trusses over hall and higher end one smoke-blackened and have morticed apices and morticed collars. Threaded purlins, only one purlin seen at rear of lower end of hall also smoke-blackened. Trusses cut for diagonal ridgepiece which is missing. The rafters are also missing.

Listing NGR: SX7221565862


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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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