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Teignbridge (District Authority)
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SX 74339 70305



SX7470 HELE 849-1/5/239 Adam's Hele Farmhouse 10/05/73


Formerly known as: Hele Farmhouse. Farmhouse. Early C17, or possibly earlier; C19 alterations. Solid rendered walls. Slated roofs. Rendered chimneys. 3-room-and-through passage with projecting wing in front of upper end. Projecting newel staircase on left rear side of wing. Lower end has now been reduced to a lean-to (part of rear wall survives) and passage blocked. Additional rooms built on in front of hall and passage, probably in C19. 2 storeys; C19 addition has garrets. 3-window, 3-gabled front. C17 wing to left has a 3-light wood casements, 2 in front wall and 1 in right side wall, each front light with 3 panes, those in side windows with 2 panes. C19 addition has mullioned-and-transomed wood casements. Within the right-hand gable is the C17 doorway; chamfered wood frame with cranked head; right jamb renewed. Old plank door with C17-style ribbing added. Interior: hall has fireplace at upper end: large opening with mantel shelf on shaped brackets. Inner room has early C18 panelled cupboard. Wing has cross-beam with broad chamfer and step-stops. Newel stair has square-headed ovolo-moulded door-frame at foot and another pair at the top, leading into rooms over wing and hall. Room over wing has old plastered roof trusses; one is almost certainly a jointed cruck, another may be a raised cruck. Late C17 cupboard with panelled doors. Hall roof not inspected.

Listing NGR: SX7433970305


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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 Aug 2004
Reference: IOE01/12251/34
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Robert Vickery. Source Historic England Archive
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