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East Devon (District Authority)
Broad Clyst
National Grid Reference:
SX 98395 97450


SX 99 NE BROADCLYST SCHOOL LANE, Broadclyst 5/125 Jubilee School and attached - Schoolmaster's House

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School and schoolmaster's house. 1810 with later C19 alterations and extension. A one storeyed rubble sandstone range of 2 builds under a continuous roof of later clay plain tiles, gabled end to left, hipped to right. The 1810 work lies to the right of a shallow front wing which, with the range to the left belongs to the late C19. The rear wing includes the house and dates from the earlier period. The old school: 5-window symmetrical range to front, 3 central, 3-light pointed windows with moulded timber transoms and mullions (with 12:14:12 panes). 1-light, 14-pane pointed windows to each side. All timber, probably late C19. Dressed window surrounds in Killerton stone contrast nicely with red rubble. Over the central window, the eaves line is broken by an inscription panel with dressed trap surround, separately gabled, which bears the legend: 'JUBILEE SCHOOL. BUILT IN THE 50TH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING GEORGE III A.D. 1810 BY SIR THOMAS DYKE ACLAND, BT. THE FEAR OF GOD IS THE BEGINNING OF WISDOM!' Right-hand end with stack in dressed trap, one pair of set-offs and one large (late C19) 3-light casement window, 3 panes to each light belong. Inserted entrance door to right of window. Rear of old school: one 3-light pointed window identical to those at the front, and original entrance under lean-to. Gabled-end rear wing containing one school room (with late C19 3-light window) and the house which continues at the same ridge and eaves level, the latter broken by one small gabled dormer. Axial Tudor-style brick stack with triple octagonal shafts. Large square-headed 3-light casement window 10 panes per light, under a pointed stone relieving arch. Door with little C20 gabled porch, with a 2-light casement window to the right at ground-floor level, timber, 8 panes to each light. Masonry joint to right of this and a blocked entrance. End elevation of wing with three 2-light windows. The later C19 range and front wing: wing with 2 windows, range with 3 to front, all 3-light, 3 panes to each light.

Listing NGR: SX9840297448


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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: 10 Oct 2003
Reference: IOE01/11288/28
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Robert Vickery. Source Historic England Archive
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