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New Inn

A Grade II Listed Building in Clovelly, Devon

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.9977 / 50°59'51"N

Longitude: -4.3997 / 4°23'58"W

OS Eastings: 231705

OS Northings: 124772

OS Grid: SS317247

Mapcode National: GBR K8.KH7Z

Mapcode Global: FRA 16NG.ZQK

Entry Name: New Inn

Listing Date: 20 February 1958

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1104494

English Heritage Legacy ID: 91141

Location: Clovelly, Torridge, Devon, EX39

County: Devon

District: Torridge

Civil Parish: Clovelly

Traditional County: Devon

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon

Church of England Parish: Clovelly All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Exeter

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Listing Text

CLOVELLY CLOVELLY
SS 3124

11/71 New Inn
20.2.58

GV II

Inn. Datestone;- "C.H. 1914." by architects Burnett and H. Orphoot of Edinburgh
for Christine Hamlyn. Rubble and whitewashed, slate gabled roofs in several
sections, large central rubble stack, and a further rubble stack on the right
return.
Plan : Deliberately irregular plan, loose Tudor style in an Arts and Crafts Style.
Exterior: 2 storeys and attic, in 3 different sections; to left of 3 bays,
dominated by a jettied out gable with large multi-paned casements and a multi-paned
casement to the gable. Joists beams exposed under the jetty; below there is a large
sloping buttress on the ground floor and a rough corbel. On ground floor 2 multi-
paned casements and a tall 24-pane sash window. Door opening has door, 6 glazed
lights. Ornamental plasterwork vine frieze and date above jetty. Centre section
with recessed first floor, a large multi-paned casement and a sash window, second
floor with a wooden balcony with balustrade. Door opening on the ground floor with
iron and wooden gates. Stairs to right up to principal door opening on the first
floor, three-quarter glazed door. Third section is a gable wing to the right with a
casement on each floor. Right return has a large wooden balcony, on timber posts
with arch braces, wooden ballustrade on the first floor and a hipped slate roof from
whicn rises a stone rubble stack.
Interior: not inspected but believed to have coeval features. Built by Burgess of
London.
Source: Country Life, May 1, 1920.


Listing NGR: SS3170524772

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