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North Devon (District Authority)
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SS 64276 25904


CHITTLEHAMPTON SS 62 NW 1/124 The Vicarage - - II Former vicarage, now private dwelling. Dated 1844. By R D Gould. Rendered stone rubble with ashlar dressings. Slate roof with coped parapets and shaped kneelers to the gables. Tall lateral stacks, 1 to each side and 2 to rear, of red brick above stone rubble with yellow brick shafts. Asymmetrical plan with principal room to each side of staircase to garden (south) front, entrance porch to axial passage to right (east) side and service rooms to rear with 2-storey service wing to rear left side. Tudor style. 2 storeys with cellars and attic storey. Symmetrical garden front has gables flanking smaller gable to slightly recessed central bay with tall transomed timber mullion stair oriel window with hipped roof. Blank shield above. Ground floor canted bays to left and right with transomed timber mullion windows, and stone parapets with blind panels and central shield. 3-light timber mullions above. All windows have ashlar surrounds. Asymmetrical entrance front to right (east) has lateral stack to left of single storey entrance porch with 4-centred stone arched doorway with ovolo-moulded surround and shields in the spandrels. 1844 datestone above. Gabled projecting bay to right has 2-light timber mullion window on each floor, single light window to attic storey. Large twin gables to rear with bell turret to ridge of right-hand gable. Rear service wing has demolished shaft to lateral stack on outer face. C19 fenestration intact throughout. The Vicarage was built by Watts of Chittlehampton at a cost of £1,320.

Listing NGR: SS6427625904


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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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