Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II*

List Entry Number: 1306680

Date first listed: 29-Mar-1984

Statutory Address: HELE ALMSHOUSES


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Statutory Address: HELE ALMSHOUSES

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County: Devon

District: South Hams (District Authority)

Parish: Wembury

National Grid Reference: SX 53250 49415


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SX 54 NW WEMBURY 8/193 29/3/84 Hele Almshouses


Six almshouses and chapel at the centre. 1682. Slate rubble with stone windows and doorways. Slate roof with gabled ends. One and a half storeys. Long seven bay range. The chapel at the centre is gabled and has round-headed doorway with imposts and keyblock and hood mould over with date 1881. Doorway flanked by small single-light stone windows and three-light window above. The chapel is flanked by three almshouses each having small gable with window with two four-centred arch lights and hood mould. Ground floor single-light four-centred arch windows with hood moulds and chamfered. Tudor-arched doorways. Slated weathering over ground floor chapel and first cottage either side. The other cottages have slate drips over their ground floor windows and doors. Large stone rubble chimney stacks at gable ends and ridge. Casement windows with leaded panels. Glazed doors. Chapel has plank door. Interiors of cottages are said to have exposed ceiling beams. The chapel has unceiled wagon roof. On east wall above the window some contemporary moulded plasterwork. The Almshouses and chapel were the gift of Sir Warwick Hele of Wembury House, High Sheriff of Devon.

Listing NGR: SX5325049415


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Legacy System number: 100472

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