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Statutory Address:

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

Teignbridge (District Authority)
Newton Abbot
National Grid Reference:
SX 86775 71561



SX8671 TEIGN ROAD 1012-1/9/124 (East side) 22/03/83 Tucker's Maltings (Formerly Listed as: TEIGN ROAD (East side) Old Warehouses)


Maltings. 1900 by William Bradford, architect and engineer, with later extension to right. MATERIALS: Devon limestone rubble with red brick stepped eaves bands and rusticated dressings, slate damp-proof course, blocks, crested slate roofs of varying heights including two sections to left of centre with hipped roofs to malt kilns and three gabled timber elevator towers to the ridge. PLAN: two long rectangular ranges with a 3-window range block to the left and a single-storey curved range to the far left with blocked windows, a C20 garage door and a corrugated-iron roof. EXTERIOR: 3 storeys. Left-hand block has no eaves band, quoins and window jambs are of rubblestone; ground-floor left-hand window, now blocked, has a rubblestone arch, other windows and a full-height gabled loading-bay have brick arches with keystones. Segmental arches without keystones to the central block, wide windows of 4 square panes to the top over 2 panes though most are now plate-glass, all with stop-chamfered arrises to the frames. Block to the inside left has 6 windows; the two hipped-roofed malt kiln blocks each have 3 windows; the central block has 11 windows to the first floor and 2 loading-bays; the slightly later block to the right has keystones to the segmental arches, no eaves band, 4 altered gabled loading bays and windows. Gabled left return has a semicircular arched recess with a bracket and pulley and C20 windows. INTERIOR: the working maltings, virtually unaltered, are also a museum and visitor centre. An exceptionally well-preserved interior, with original planked floors, 1900 concrete drying floors, cast-iron columns and steeping tanks, Jacob's ladder bucket elevator, barley screener, malt cleaner and four kilns formerly heated by coal delivered directly from the railway that runs along the rear of the building, gaslight fittings and some original stairs remain. Other stairs are C20 reconstructions. The later block to the right was formerly for making cider. A remarkably complete surviving example of an industrial maltings.

Listing NGR: SX8677571561


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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: 18 Apr 2002
Reference: IOE01/06891/04
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