THE MANOR HOUSE AND ATTACHED WALL AND STABLE BLOCK

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1206567

Date first listed: 03-Sep-1973

Date of most recent amendment: 09-Jun-1995

Statutory Address: THE MANOR HOUSE AND ATTACHED WALL AND STABLE BLOCK, EASTERN BEACH

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Location

Statutory Address: THE MANOR HOUSE AND ATTACHED WALL AND STABLE BLOCK, EASTERN BEACH

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

County: Devon

District: North Devon (District Authority)

Parish: Lynton and Lynmouth

National Park: EXMOOR

National Grid Reference: SS 72480 49595

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History

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Details

LYNTON AND LYNMOUTH

SS7149 EASTERN BEACH, Lynmouth 858-1/4/69 The Manor House and attached wall 03/09/73 and stable block (Formerly Listed as: LYNTON EASTERN BEACH Manor House)

GV II

Detached house in own grounds, used as residential home. Late C18 or early C19. Rendered, slate roofs. A compact square main range, with central portico and lateral open-well stair; attached to the E side the service range in 2 parts, the first in 2 gabled parallel ranges, and the second a lower single range. The principal range is in 2 storeys, with 3 windows to each of 3 exposed elevations. Some original glazing-bar sashes remain, but others have been replaced by 2-light casements with a transom. The entrance front, to the S, has 12-pane sashes at each floor to the right, and a plain sash above 12-pane to the left. Centred over the portico is a casement, and to its left is an inserted escape door to an external iron stair. The Ionic portico has plain flat entablature and a small blocking-course, over a panelled door and transom light in plain reveals. To each exposed front the ground floor is channelled, with a plain mid string, and voussoirs to the windows; there is a shallow cornice, with blocking-course and coping, and end pilasters, inflected to the rustication and the cornice. The left return has one plain sash and 2 casements above a C20 square hipped glazed extension, and a deep casement. The N front, to the sea, has 2 casements and one 12-pane sash above a full-width hipped glazed extension. The main hipped roof has a central valley to a doubled E end. There are 2 ridge stacks near the W end. The service ranges are in 2 storeys, with various windows, including 12- and 16-pane sashes, and casements. On the entrance side is a lean-to porch in the angle between the doubled and single ranges. There are 5 stacks to these ranges. INTERIOR: part of main range only inspected. Much original detail has been removed in successive modifications to the house. The main staircase, to right of entry, has a generous open-well stair under an elliptical roof-light on a flat dome of Soanean design. The basement has original ceiling joists, and part of the floor is cobbled. SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: at the right-hand end of the entrance front to the main block is a return wall with a segmental arch with a floating triple keystone on plain responds with square capitals, leading to the service yard. The wall links with a stable or carriage house, partly set against rising ground on its S side. This is rough rendered, with a slate roof, in 2 parts. The left half has two 12-pane sashes and a small gable stack; the right part has 2 lights at eaves level above an elliptical opening with a pair of doors and a split fanlight, three 12-pane sashes, and a further small door with elliptical head, which opens to a brick-vaulted compartment with grassed earth roof. There are 2 brick stacks. The first-floor rooms are accessible from the path to the S side, through broad plank doors. The main block has a stone floor. There is a further detached service block to the E (not included). A modest gentleman's house, on an important site facing out to sea, the building retains much of its original dignity, but has suffered some loss from nonconforming window replacement and extension.

Listing NGR: SS7248049595

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 376498

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