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

South Hams (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SX 70999 46906


LODDISWELL HATCH CROSS SX 74 NW 5/97 Courtyard of farm buildings at Lower Hatch Farm GV II Courtyard farm group including bank-barn, shippon and stables. Mainly C19, but possibly some C18 or earlier fabric. Rubble, slurried slate roofs, some brick dressings. Square courtyard, entered through high cartway from road to the west; on left a low lean-to part raised in concrete block, to right a lofty plain wall with a tall block doorway to voussoirs. throughway has steel lintol. Right end hipped returns to upper side of bank-barn with plank opening at left and wide double-plank central doors. Right end part covered by C20 extension, not of special interest. Lower, left end returns as plain wall flanking a throughway or lane, the opposite wall linking to Lower Hatch Farmhouse (q.v.). At right end are 3 ventilating slits, and the left end is gable end of shippons, which is divided continuously by a central spine wall, and the eastern half belongs with Higher Hatch Farm (q.v.). This face has 4 doors to brick segmental heads, one further similar, blocked, with casement to head; centre is loading door to eaves. The right, or north gable wall is not bonded to the front wall, and has separated noticeably from it. In the courtyard the west wall has a small square door above the throughway, and 2 doors to segmental stone arches, under pair of loading doors to right; to left is returned end of bank-barn, to a higher eaves and hipped end, with a plank door and overlight and window with an upper sash over timber ventilator, both to brick segmental arches. Return face, to south, has 3 doors to segmental brick heads, and an inserted casement, left; above is a central loft opening, also to brick arch. The shippon on the east side has 4 tall round pillars in rough rubble, characteristic of the area, with ground floor filled with stable doors and concrete block walls with case- ments over. Upper level filled with corrugated iron sheets. North range, with lean-to roof to outer boundary wall to lane, has 4 doors to segmental stone heads, and a full-height opening in the corner at the right. Interiors not fully inspected: the east shippon range is centrall divided and owned half by Lower and half by Higher Hatch Farms. Bank-barn has IO-bay scissors plus central strut roof and original plank upper floor. An important element in this major farm group.

Listing NGR: SX7099946906


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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: 03 Jan 2005
Reference: IOE01/13221/07
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