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Yarmleigh Farmhouse

A Grade II Listed Building in Sandford, Devon

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.8277 / 50°49'39"N

Longitude: -3.6957 / 3°41'44"W

OS Eastings: 280666

OS Northings: 104504

OS Grid: SS806045

Mapcode National: GBR L7.X1KD

Mapcode Global: FRA 364X.B05

Entry Name: Yarmleigh Farmhouse

Listing Date: 20 May 1985

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1243573

English Heritage Legacy ID: 447501

Location: Sandford, Mid Devon, Devon, EX17

County: Devon

District: Mid Devon

Civil Parish: Sandford

Traditional County: Devon

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon

Church of England Parish: Sandford St Swithin

Church of England Diocese: Exeter

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Listing Text

SS 80 SW SANDFORD YARMLEIGH LANE

3/280 Yarmleigh Farmhouse

II


Farmhouse. Early-mid C17, modernised 1984. Plastered cob on rubble footings,
volcanic stacks, most topped with C19 brick; thatched roof. 3-room-and-through
passage house facing south-east with service room at left (south-west) end. End
stacks to service and inner rooms with lateral stack projecting to rear of hall and
gable-ended stair turret to rear of inner room. 2-storeys. Irregular 6-window
front of 1984 windows of various sizes. Front passage door left of centre has
early-mid C17 oak frame; double ovolo moulding with scroll stops, and a similar
frame to rear passage door. Inner room stack has C17 volcanic stone chimney
shaft. Rear stair turret includes early-mid C17 oak 2-light window with chamfered
mullions. Inside hall has exposed early-mid C17 double-ovolo moulded crossbeam
with scroll stops and similar crossbeam to inner room with bar-runout stops.
Modernisation of 1984 included removal of some early-mid C17 features including
ovolo-moulded oak mullion windows containing diamond-pane leaded glass from front,
oak window lintels (ovolo-moulded with scroll stops) and similarly treated door-
frame possibly from hall to inner room.
C20 cottage extension adjoining to north-east not included.


Listing NGR: SS8066604504

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

Description

SS 80 SW SANDFORD YARMLEIGH LANE

3/280 Yarmleigh Farmhouse

II


Farmhouse. Early-mid C17, modernised 1984. Plastered cob on rubble footings,
volcanic stacks, most topped with C19 brick; thatched roof. 3-room-and-through
passage house facing south-east with service room at left (south-west) end. End
stacks to service and inner rooms with lateral stack projecting to rear of hall and
gable-ended stair turret to rear of inner room. 2-storeys. Irregular 6-window
front of 1984 windows of various sizes. Front passage door left of centre has
early-mid C17 oak frame; double ovolo moulding with scroll stops, and a similar
frame to rear passage door. Inner room stack has C17 volcanic stone chimney
shaft. Rear stair turret includes early-mid C17 oak 2-light window with chamfered
mullions. Inside hall has exposed early-mid C17 double-ovolo moulded crossbeam
with scroll stops and similar crossbeam to inner room with bar-runout stops.
Modernisation of 1984 included removal of some early-mid C17 features including
ovolo-moulded oak mullion windows containing diamond-pane leaded glass from front,
oak window lintels (ovolo-moulded with scroll stops) and similarly treated door-
frame possibly from hall to inner room.
C20 cottage extension adjoining to north-east not included.


Listing NGR: SS8066604504

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