THE WELLINGTON PUBLIC HOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1208664

Date first listed: 12-Mar-1990

Statutory Address: THE WELLINGTON PUBLIC HOUSE, 66, HIGH STREET

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: THE WELLINGTON PUBLIC HOUSE, 66, HIGH STREET

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

County: Devon

District: North Devon (District Authority)

Parish: Ilfracombe

National Grid Reference: SS 51594 47426

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History

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Details

ILFRACOMBE

SS5167 HIGH STREET 853-1/6/76 (North side) 12/03/90 No.66 The Wellington Public House

II

Public House. Probably C17 or earlier, remodelled in C19. MATERALS: rendered, stone rubble walls. Slated roofs; some red crested ridge tiles to right of front roof. Rendered chimney with good pot on rear roof slope, to right, red brick chimney on rear gable of right wing. PLAN: U-shaped plan; single-depth front range with 2 long rear wings. There appears to have been a cart entrance (now infilled) through front range, off-centre to right. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys. Plain, 5-window front with masonry markings; pilaster strip at each end. Ground storey windows, irregular in size and height, have mostly plain sashes, except that the left-hand window has single glazing bar in upper sash and third window from left has a 2-paned fixed sash. Wide doorway, in second bay from right, has 4-panelled double doors. Upper storey windows have 2-light 8-paned wood casements; external wooden shutters, probably added in late C20. Rear courtyard has old sash windows, mostly with single glazing bars to each sash. INTERIOR inspected only in public bars on ground floor. Exposed masonry; no features of particular interest. The building is the best of the pre-C19 vernacular buildings now surviving in the main street.

Listing NGR: SS5159447426

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 390215

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