GATE FARM

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1108083

Date first listed: 25-Jan-1990

Statutory Address: GATE FARM

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: GATE FARM

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 69952 52743

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History

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Details

SX 65 SE 2/75

MODBURY BROWNSTON Gate Farm

II Farmhouse. Early C18, possibly incorporating earlier fabric. Rubble, remains of rendering to south, painted or rendered elsewhere; slate roof, rendered stacks to each outer gable.

L-plan, with long barn to the east not of special interest. May incorporate cross passage early block to south, but entrance now in north wing; later dairy built in internal angle under corrugated asbestos-cement lean-to roof, and a two-level store added to north end.

Entrance front is two storeys with four-pane sash low right, and at first floor above broad C17 or C18 plank door centrally. Store to right has wide plank door on stops, and small square-opening with shutters, top right. The main south front is in two storeys with three windows; at ground floor a glazed lean-to, not of special interest, a two-light glazing-bar casement and a three-light horizontal bar casement, C20 steel French door. At first floor are two three-light horizontal bar casements and a broad C20 wood casement 'picture window'.

Interior: very broad bressummer fire at north end with large domed curing chamber, possibly in position originally occupied by stair; now has C20 staircase. Various rough chamfered beams and good plank door to dairy. In return wing is a blocked door, possibly to original cross passage and two blocked windows in the north wall. Large bressummer fire with very deep timber at east end, flanked by a low blocked opening with timber lintel and haunched jambs. Roof is C19.

Although much modified, a building of historical interest.

Listing NGR: SX6995252743

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 99667

Legacy System: LBS

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