THE THREE LITTLE PIGS AND ATTACED STABLES

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1209510
Date first listed:
11-Oct-1972
Date of most recent amendment:
02-Oct-1992
Statutory Address:
THE THREE LITTLE PIGS AND ATTACED STABLES, 1, PARLIAMENT STREET

Map

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Location

Statutory Address:
THE THREE LITTLE PIGS AND ATTACED STABLES, 1, PARLIAMENT STREET

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

County:
Devon
District:
Mid Devon (District Authority)
Parish:
Crediton
National Grid Reference:
SS 83273 00423

Details

CREDITON

SS826000 PARLIAMENT STREET 672-1/5/138 (North side) 11/10/72 No.1 The Three Little Pigs and attached stables (Formerly Listed as: PARLIAMENT STREET (North side) No.3 Market House Inn)

GV II

Public House including former stables at the rear. Circa 1836. Flemish bond brick, the rounded corners header bond, right return rendered; slate roof,gabled ends;end stacks with multiple shafts and old pots. Italianate style. Plan: rectangular with rear right wing. Exterior: Very complete. 3 storeys. Rear wing 2 storeys. Rounded front corners. 3-bay front plus 1-bay at the left end where a single storey block adjoins. 3 bays divided by pilasters. Platbands at first and second floor level. Central doorway with moulded consoles with a shallow porch hood; doorcase with panelled reveals. Recessed 4-panel door with an overlight with late C19 leaded panes and stained glass. The right hand window and the window in the corner bay are framed as a pair by plain pilasters with a fascia and cornice. Both are glazed with mid/late C19 4-pane sashes, the corner window curved with some damage to the brickwork below. All other windows have chamfered embrasures and segmental arch heads, the timber segment panelled with a roundel. Ground floor window left is in a segmental arch headed recess and is a small-pane sash with margin panes and diagonal glazig bars in the upper corners. 3 first floor 9/6-pane sashes; 3 second floor 4/8-pane sashes. The single storey block at the left end has pilasters and a parapet; a half-glazed door to the left and a small-pane window alongside to the right. The right (east) return of the main block, which overlooks a lane between this building and Nos 2 & 3 Parliament Street is in a slightly plainer style. The first and second floor platbands are carried round with a platband at attic floor level. Central doorway with a doorcase with panelled pilasters, a cornice and panelled reveals. Recessed blocked 4-panel door with a blocked overlight. Windows have chamfered embrasures, matching those on the front: ground floor window right is a round-headed small pane sash with spoke glazing bars. First floor centre window is blind with a segmental arch head, similar blind second floor window; blind round-headed window to the attic. The rear elevation preserves all its original sashes including a roundheaded stair window with spoke glazing bars. The rear wing has a rounded corner with corbelling above. Stables at right angles to the rear (north) are 6-bay with a slate gabled roof and pierced ridge tiles. 2 stable doors with loft doors over, 2 ground floor windows and one window at each end. The rear elevation, overlooking the town car park (formerly a brick field) has 7 blind recesses on the ground floor, 2 blocked loft doors and 4 blind loft recesses. Interior: Ground floor altered but features of interest may survive elsewhere This building is part of an interesting c.1836 planned development which involved re-siting the market from the High Street and contemporary associated buildings surrounding it, including the Ship (q.v), shops in Market Street and this building.

Listing NGR: SS8327300423

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
387088
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: 16 Feb 2001
Reference: IOE01/02022/02
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