NO 30 AND ATTACHED REAR BOUNDARY RAILINGS

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1208253
Date first listed:
23-Oct-1972
Date of most recent amendment:
23-Feb-1994
Statutory Address:
NO 30 AND ATTACHED REAR BOUNDARY RAILINGS, 30, BROWNS HILL

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Location

Statutory Address:
NO 30 AND ATTACHED REAR BOUNDARY RAILINGS, 30, BROWNS HILL

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

County:
Devon
District:
South Hams (District Authority)
Parish:
Dartmouth
National Grid Reference:
SX 87583 51482

Details

DARTMOUTH

SX874510 BROWNS HILL 673-1/8/53 (North side) 23/10/72 No.30 and attached rear boundary railings (Formerly Listed as: CLARENCE HILL Nos.27-35 (Odd))

GV II

House. c1840-50, renovated c1990. Mixed construction; mostly plastered stone rubble, but parts, including first-floor front, are plastered timber-framing; plastered brick end stacks with old pots; slate roof, hipped to right. PLAN: 2 rooms wide, one room deep, with central front doorway to stairs. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys and attic; symmetrical 2-window front. Plastered front has shallow jetty at first-floor level. Central doorway has stucco surround; flat architrave on shallow console brackets. Doorway is recessed up 3 stone steps, and contains replacement panelled door under narrow plain overlight. Windows are horned 12-pane sashes without hoodmoulds, unlike the adjoining houses on Clarence Hill. Plastered rear 3-window range; 16-pane sashes to the basement and doorway to right containing a good original panelled door with vertical mouldings to the bottom panels; tall 12-pane sashes, of unusual horizontal glazing pattern and only 2 panes wide, to ground floor and conventional 12-pane sashes to the first floor. Probably replacement timber eaves cornice. INTERIOR: not inspected but likely to be of interest. SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: cast-iron spear-headed railings surmount stone revetment wall to Browns Hill to rear. End house in a contemporary terrace of 5, comprising Nos 27-33 (odd) Clarence Hill (qv) and No.30 Browns Hill (previously No.35 Clarence Hill). The houses are built towards the top of the valley overlooking the town centre from which the rear elevation can be clearly seen.

Listing NGR: SX8758351482

Legacy

The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number:
387178
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

End of official listing

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Date: 20 Jun 2001
Reference: IOE01/04593/23
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Brian Head. Source Historic England Archive
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