WHITE HART HOTEL AND THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1108060
Date first listed:
26-Jan-1967
Statutory Address:
WHITE HART HOTEL AND THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, 1, CHURCH STREET

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Location

Statutory Address:
WHITE HART HOTEL AND THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, 1, CHURCH STREET

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

County:
Devon
District:
South Hams (District Authority)
Parish:
Modbury
National Grid Reference:
SX 65831 51606

Details

MODBURY CHURCH STREET SX 6451-6551 7/119 (south side) No 1 (White Hart Hotel 26.1.67 and the Assembly Rooms

GV II

Hotel incorporating former assembly rooms, at street junction. Early C19. Smooth rendered, slate roofs. Two wide ranges with low-pitched gables to street, returns down Poundwell Street to wide opening to internal courtyard. Hotel, left, is 2 storeys, 3 windows; at ground floor tripartite sashes with central 16-pane flanked by diamond-set bars and at first floor three 16-pane sashes, all to plain reveals. Central 6-panel flush door with diamond-pane overlight in pilaster surround with Greek key ornament to frieze, small flat hood, panelled reveals. Front contained in plain pilasters to small plinth, and full-width pediment closed by plat-band. Ridge stacks set back centrally, and smaller eaves stack to left. To Poundwell Street are four 16-pane sashes at first floor over three the same, and centre one over cellar access; to left a broad elliptical opening with keystone containing two heavy plank doors. Assembly rooms, to right in Church Street, 2 storeys, 3 windows similar to White Hart, but three 4-pane over two 16-pane flanking central 6-panel flush door to plain overlight and simple pilaster doorcase. Back of this unit has a 9-pane sash in a slate-hung wall. An important visual element at this street crossing, little altered externally. In the pavement in front of this building is set a large granite lintel in basket-handle form with central ogee curve, probably brought from the demolished Champernowne House (see also Steps and archway at Old Traine East).

Listing NGR: SX6583151606

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
99711
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: 14 Jul 2006
Reference: IOE01/15169/09
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Derek Beauchamp. Source Historic England Archive
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