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Latitude: 50.3153 / 50°18'54"N
Longitude: -3.9142 / 3°54'51"W
OS Eastings: 263807
OS Northings: 47900
OS Grid: SX638479
Mapcode National: GBR Q8.3N92
Mapcode Global: FRA 28P6.GWN
Entry Name: Honeysuckle Cottage nos 1 to 5 (Consecutive) with Front Boundary Wall and Steps
Listing Date: 25 January 1990
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1165947
English Heritage Legacy ID: 99618
Location: Kingston, South Hams, Devon, TQ7
District: South Hams
Civil Parish: Kingston
Traditional County: Devon
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon
Church of England Parish: Kingston
Church of England Diocese: Exeter
KINGSTON CHAPEL ROW
SX 64 3l1
Nos 1 to 5 (consecutive)
with front boundary wall
Row of cottages. C17, C18, C19. Rendered on cob or rubble, roofs slate or
thatch. All two storeys. No 1 (Old Stack) is 2-windowed, all small 2-light
glazing-bar casements; off centre left is a deep-set glazed door on 5 stone
steps, and immediately to its right a large external eaves stack. Small square
stack at left gable. Slated roof. No 2 is 2-windowed, small 2-light glazing-
bar casements; C20 door off-centre left, slate roof, brick stack to right. Two
retains a complete C19 roof structure under a later raising, also has a cased
Barlow rail used as spine beam in the lower room. No 3 is a narrow 2-window
front, 2-light glazing-bar casements, except ground floor left, a single light.
C20 door to thatched C20 hood off-centre left. Upper windows to eyebrows.
Rendered stepped stack, raised in brick, right. No 4 is wide-front 2-windowed,
2-light glazing-bar casements; C20 plank door under C20 thatched hood off-centre
left. Stack shared with No 3. Thatched roof. No 5 (Honeysuckle Cottage) is
2-windowed, but probably built in two stages; left half is thatched and right
half slated. Two-light glazing-bar casements to central C20 plank door and
thatched hood. Large stack, left. Backs of row mainly blank, but No 3 has
gabled slate hung extension, and there are one 2-light and a single light case-
ments. The Kingston History Society's booklet 'Kingston, a South Hames Village
(1980) has photographs of 1925 showing that little has changed since then except
for the thatched hoods and some new doors and replacement casements. The low
rubble boundary wall across all the frontages, with steps, is included.
Listing NGR: SX6380747900
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