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East Hagginton Farmhouse Including Attached Courtyard Farm Buildings

A Grade II Listed Building in Berrynarbor, Devon

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Latitude: 51.205 / 51°12'18"N

Longitude: -4.0694 / 4°4'9"W

OS Eastings: 255530

OS Northings: 147124

OS Grid: SS555471

Mapcode National: GBR KQ.48X9

Mapcode Global: VH4M5.FZ13

Plus Code: 9C3Q6W4J+26

Entry Name: East Hagginton Farmhouse Including Attached Courtyard Farm Buildings

Listing Date: 9 April 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1106791

English Heritage Legacy ID: 97023

Location: Berrynarbor, North Devon, Devon, EX34

County: Devon

District: North Devon

Civil Parish: Berrynarbor

Built-Up Area: Berrynarbor

Traditional County: Devon

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon

Church of England Parish: Berrynarbor St Peter

Church of England Diocese: Exeter

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SS 54 NE
1/48 East Hagginton Farmhouse
- including attached courtyard farm
- II
Farmhouse, including attached courtyard farm buildings. Projecting wing to right
end has C17 core altered in early C19, when the main range and front courtyard farm
buildings were built. C20 extension to rear of wing. Whitewashed stone rubble to
main range, the wing of rendered stone rubble with gable end wall of cob. Slate
roofs with gable ends. Adjoining stone rubble stacks with tapered caps and drips to
right gable end of main range and rear gable end of C17 wing. Courtyard buildings
of stone rubble with corrugated iron roofs. C19 range consists of principal room to
each side of through passage with C17 wing with lower ridge level projecting at
right angles at right end. This has only one heated ground floor room, but appears
originally to have extended further forward to judge by the inserted cob wall at the
present front gable end. The original range was thus probably partially demolished
and the remaining structure adapted as a kitchen wing to service the main range when
it was added in the early C19. The farm buildings, comprising bullock sheds and
stables to each side and linhay opposite the main range, face inwards and complete
the overall 4-sided front courtyard plan.
2 storey. Main range has 5 window range. Symmetrical. 2 C20 transomed windows on
each floor to left side, otherwise C19 12-paned horned sashes. Ground floor windows
have slightly cambered brick arches. Central projecting stone rubble porch with
gabled slate roof. Plank inner door. Wing to right has two 2-light casements, 2
panes per light above similar window to left of inserted C20 door. Former dairy
outshut to rear rebuilt to 2 storeys in late C20. Linhay has stone rubble infilling
between circular piers to loft height to left and to full height to right of cart
Interior: hollow step-stopped chamfered lintel to fireplace in wing with cloam bread
oven and cast iron door. 2 roughly chamfered beams with run out stops. C19 range
interior largely altered in C20. Roof trusses probably early C19 throughout with
purlins resting on backs of straight principals with pegged lapped collars.

Listing NGR: SS5553047124

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