Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1146542

Date first listed: 03-Jul-1986



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County: Devon

District: Teignbridge (District Authority)

Parish: Trusham

National Grid Reference: SX 85531 82315


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TRUSHAM BROADWAY (north side), Trusham SX 88 SE

3/245 Crideford Inn -


House, said to have been Nunnery, now Inn. Probably C15/C16 with floors inserted C16 and C17. Rendered stone rubble and cob walls. Corrugated iron roof, originally thatched with gable ends. Tapered gable rendered rubble stack with brick shaft, left; rendered lateral stack to rear and tapered axial stack with granite thatch weatherings. 4-room plan, curved front wall and slightly serpentine rear wall with bowed stair projection. 2 storeys. Irregular 5-window front. 2-light, C19 casements to first floor third and fourth from left. 6 panes each light. To ground floor right is C16 oak mullioned window with 4 ogee-headed chamfered lights and rebate for shutter in outer frame. Leaded glass in this and most other windows is circa 1980. C20 door in second and fourth openings from left and far right opening. Straight chamfered 2-light oak mullioned window in right gable end is only window to first floor right hand bay. C20 extension to right. Interior has oak jointed cruck roof structure said to be smoke blackened on underside of thatch and roof timbers. 2 cruck frames seen, one with grown; unjointed cruck to one side, threaded purlins. Chamfered and stopped oak lintels over fireplaces in rooms 1, 2 and 3. Fireplace in room 3 has monolith granite jambs and ovolo-moulded lintel from another building inserted circa 1980 below original one. Chamfered and stopped cross beams in rooms 1 and 2 and scratch moulded joists in rooms 1 and 3. Ovolo moulded cross beams with cross and stepped bar stops in room 3, probably originally. the hall. Oak stud partition (now open) divides room 3 from room 4 which has floor and ceiling at lower level. 2 axial beams with wide chamfers, stepped and run out stops and similar detail to joists suggest a C16 date for this ceiling. Other ceiling beams are C17. Stair with solid oak treads was removed from this room circa 1980. Date of 1081 in mosaic floor under cobbled floor is said to have been seen when repairs were carried out.

Listing NGR: SX8553182315


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Legacy System number: 84687

Legacy System: LBS

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