PUTSBOROUGH MANOR HOUSE AND ATTACHED BARN TO REAR INCLUDING GARDEN WALLS ON 3 SIDES TO FRONT OF HOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1107770
Date first listed:
25-Feb-1965
Statutory Address:
PUTSBOROUGH MANOR HOUSE AND ATTACHED BARN TO REAR INCLUDING GARDEN WALLS ON 3 SIDES TO FRONT OF HOUSE

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Location

Statutory Address:
PUTSBOROUGH MANOR HOUSE AND ATTACHED BARN TO REAR INCLUDING GARDEN WALLS ON 3 SIDES TO FRONT OF HOUSE

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

County:
Devon
District:
North Devon (District Authority)
Parish:
Georgeham
National Grid Reference:
SS4485140242

Details

SS 44 SW GEORGEHAM PUTSBOROUGH

2/150 Putsborough Manor House and - attached barn to rear including 25.2.65 garden walls on 3 sides to front - of house

GV II

House, early Cl7. Rubble, rendered to the upper storey and surrounds to ground floor openings. Thatch roof with gable end rubble stacks, axial stack and lateral stack to rear enclosed in 2-storey outshut. Half-hipped, thatched roof to barn. Essentially 3-cell and cross-passage plan to main range but internal partitions altered, the hall now divided. Part of dwelling extends into the barn at rear at right angles to main range forming L-shape and further outbuilding adjoining at lower end converted into part of dwelling in early C20 with partly rounded single storey extension to the rear with thatched roof in the left side angle of the L- shape. 2 storeys. 8 window range of 2-light casements 9 panes with 3 panes above, each light with eyebrow dormers. Off-centre projecting porch with half- hipped thatch roof. Panelled porch door, half-glazed with 9 panes and margin glazing bars. All ground floor casements are 2-lights with 8 panes each light except for French windows inserted at upper end. Wide hall fireplace with chamfered lintel, and chamfered and stopped ceiling beam. Chamber over lower end has moulded plaster cornice and plaster roundel on one wall initialled AH and dated 1712 (q.v. Home House, Croyde). Roughly hewn Cl7 trusses and purlins intact. The rear barn extension incorporates early doorway with ovolo-moulded surround with scroll stops and early ledged door of 5 boards with nailed cover strips. The barn has 2 exposed raised cruck trusses with nailed collars and 2 sets of trenched purlins. Rubble walls with various upright stone cappings enclosing garden on 3 sides to front of house with small doorway with Jacobethan door to front wall on left side.

Listing NGR: SS4485140242

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
98402
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

End of official listing

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Date: 13 Aug 2005
Reference: IOE01/13225/35
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