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Summerfield

A Grade II Listed Building in Bovey Tracey, Devon

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.5944 / 50°35'39"N

Longitude: -3.6712 / 3°40'16"W

OS Eastings: 281806

OS Northings: 78521

OS Grid: SX818785

Mapcode National: GBR QM.GY8Q

Mapcode Global: FRA 376H.FLB

Entry Name: Summerfield

Listing Date: 3 July 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1165771

English Heritage Legacy ID: 84506

Location: Bovey Tracey, Teignbridge, Devon, TQ13

County: Devon

District: Teignbridge

Civil Parish: Bovey Tracey

Built-Up Area: Bovey Tracey

Traditional County: Devon

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon

Church of England Parish: Bovey Tracey St Peter, St Paul and St Thomas

Church of England Diocese: Exeter

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Listing Text

BOVEY TRACEY EAST STREET (south side)
SX 8178 Bovey Tracey
Summerfield
11/63
-
GV II

House. Late C16 or c17, remodelled in early or mid C19. Solid, roughcast walls,
probably of stone. Slated roofs with blue glazed ridge-tiles. 2 rendered
chimneystacks on front slope of roof at left-hand side; a third rendered stack on
ridge, off-centre to right, and a red brick stack on right-hand gable of main
building. A long building, one room deep, with added lean-to along the street
frontage. At right-hand end a 1-window extension, set back and with a lower ridge-
line. 2 storeys. 5-window front. In second bay from the left a 6-panelled door
with moulded door-frame; the 4 lowest panels are flush, the top 2 panels now
glazed. The 2 ground-storey windows at either side of the doorway are 6-paned fixed
wood sashes; the right-hand window in main range is a small 2-light wood casement
with C20 glazing. All the windows in second storey of main range are wood casements
with 2 panes per light; 3 lights, except for a 5-light casement in the third window
from the left. The right corner of the main range is splayed, having a wood
casement window in each storey; 2 lights in ground storey, 3 lights in second
storey, both with 2 panes per light. The extension to right has old plank door with
wrought-iron strap-hinges in ground storey; in second storey is a 2-light wood
casement window with 2 panes per light. The left-hand gable-wall has a small C20
metal-framed window to right. In second storey is a C19 6-paned wood casement
window. Garden front preserves its early or mid C19 appearance virtually unaltered.
Main block is 5 windows wide. Windows are all wood casements, except for French
windows at left-hand end of ground storey; all have small square panes, with the
addition of quarter-panes in the ground storey. Many contain old glass. Main
doorway in centre bay has door with 6 flush panels and cast-iron knocker; narrow
patterned fanlight over. Steeply gabled, open wood porch with long pendant in the
gable; front of gable glazed with small panes. Between the 2 left-hand windows is
an old plank door; above it a pent roof, covered with wood shingles, on shaped wood
brackets. Lower left-hand section has a wood casement window with small panes in
each storey, the ground-storey window having a segmental head. To left of latter is
an old plank door with plain fanlight over.
Interior: the 2 eastern ground-storey rooms have chamfered upper-floor beams and
there is a chamfered half-beam against the west wall of the entrance-passage which
adjoins these 2 rooms on the west. There are likely to be other early features at
present concealed by plaster. At the east end of the roof are 3 C16 or C17 trusses.
These are unblackened and have threaded purlins and ridge; the feet of the
principal rafters are mostly concealed, but just the tip of a jointed cruck is
visible in the eastern truss. The middle truss is closed, having a straight collar
and queen-struts; the other 2 are open trusses, that to the east having a cambered
collar (the western truss no longer has one). To the west of these trusses is a
lower one, the date and function of which are not clear; it is apparent from
weatherings on the stack in the west gable (now within the roof space) that the roof
of the whole western section of the building has been raised.


Listing NGR: SX8180678521

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