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South Hams (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SX 72818 56595




Cottage. Circa mid C17 or possibly earlier restored in C20. Slate rubble; rendered cob upper walls around centre left hand front ground floor window land at the back. thatched roof gabled at left hand end and half-hipped at the right hand end eyebrowed eaves over the first floor windows. Large projecting slate rubble stack with set offs at the left hand gable end its tapered shaft has slate weathering. Large projecting lateral stack at the back of the right hand end with set offs, slate hung sides and rendered tapered shaft, and with a projecting round oven at the base with a slate roof. Plan: 2 room plan with a central cross passage. The slightly larger left hand room is probably the parlour heated from a gable end stack. The right hand room is the kitchen with a rear lateral stack with an oven. The original stair position is uncertain; a C20 stair has been installed against the back wall across the end of the passage and part of the partition has been removed from between the left hand room and the passage. A small 1-storey 1-room plan extension was added in C20 to the right hand end and set back. Exterior: 2 storeys. Nearly symmetrical 3 window range. First floor C20 small 2-light casements and ground floor C20 casements, 2-lights to left and 3 lights to right; all with leaded panes and slate cills. Central doorway to right of centre with c20 nail-studded flank door and slated canopy on timber cantilevers. Asymmetrical fenestration at the back with C20 casements and large lateral stack to left. Interior: the left hand room has a replaced cross beam with thin ovolo moulding, and chamfered joists with hollow step stops; the fireplace at the left hand end has chamfered wooden lintel with notched stops. The right hand room has closely spaced ceiling joists and there is no main beam; the lateral fireplace at the back of the room has what appears to be a stop chamfered heavily cambered timber lintel and an oven in the rear left hand side. Between the passage and the right hand room there is a plastered stud partition and between the left hand room and the passage only the vertical studs remain of a partition some of the studs are reused chamfered joists. Roof: The roof structure is said to have been replaced.

Listing NGR: SX7281856595


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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: 12 Jun 2005
Reference: IOE01/14465/10
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr A J L B Rodwell. Source Historic England Archive
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