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Orlycombe Cottage

A Grade II Listed Building in Woodland, Devon

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.5069 / 50°30'24"N

Longitude: -3.7143 / 3°42'51"W

OS Eastings: 278533

OS Northings: 68860

OS Grid: SX785688

Mapcode National: GBR QK.8KGV

Mapcode Global: FRA 373Q.GS5

Entry Name: Orlycombe Cottage

Listing Date: 15 October 1984

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1245170

English Heritage Legacy ID: 451968

Location: Woodland, Teignbridge, Devon, TQ13

County: Devon

District: Teignbridge

Civil Parish: Woodland

Traditional County: Devon

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon

Church of England Parish: Broadhempston St Peter and St Paul

Church of England Diocese: Exeter

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Listing Text

SX 76 NE WOODLAND

3/67 Orlycombe Cottage
-

- II

House, believed to have been almshouse in early C18. Perhaps earlier addition to
left and C19/C18 outbuilding abuts right-hand end. Painted stone rubble. Slated
roof, hipped at each end. 2 large projecting chimney-stacks in rear wall; left-
hand stack broader at base, possibly to contain an oven, right-hand stack has
weatherings suggesting roof formerly thatched. Original plan uncertain; there are
4 doorways in front wall, 3 of them blocked, but there can have been only 2 heated
ground storey rooms. 2 storeys. Front is 3 windows wide. Symmetrical about the
centre line. Present front door, off-centre to right, C19/C20, has plank door
with top section opening independently. Moulded wood doorframe, wooden canopy with
small slated, hipped roof on brackets. 4-light timbered window with king mullion
to right in ground storey, then a smaller window (previously a doorway) at right-
hand end. To left of present doorway another 1, now converted to a window. 4-
light timber window with king mullion to left of that and a fourth doorway, now
converted to a window, at left-hand end. Second storey has 4-light timber window
with king mullion at either end with small window off centre between, probably
inserted. All windows have c18/C29 wood casements. Interior: fireplaces in ground
and second storeys have plain wood lintels. Roof-trusses probably C18 or early C19
have collars pegged to the face of the tursses; no ridge, purlins very lightly
trenched.
Source: H R Evans in Transactions of Devonshire Association, 1960, p 205


Listing NGR: SX7853368860

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

Description

SX 76 NE WOODLAND

3/67 Orlycombe Cottage
-

- II

House, believed to have been almshouse in early C18. Perhaps earlier addition to
left and C19/C18 outbuilding abuts right-hand end. Painted stone rubble. Slated
roof, hipped at each end. 2 large projecting chimney-stacks in rear wall; left-
hand stack broader at base, possibly to contain an oven, right-hand stack has
weatherings suggesting roof formerly thatched. Original plan uncertain; there are
4 doorways in front wall, 3 of them blocked, but there can have been only 2 heated
ground storey rooms. 2 storeys. Front is 3 windows wide. Symmetrical about the
centre line. Present front door, off-centre to right, C19/C20, has plank door
with top section opening independently. Moulded wood doorframe, wooden canopy with
small slated, hipped roof on brackets. 4-light timbered window with king mullion
to right in ground storey, then a smaller window (previously a doorway) at right-
hand end. To left of present doorway another 1, now converted to a window. 4-
light timber window with king mullion to left of that and a fourth doorway, now
converted to a window, at left-hand end. Second storey has 4-light timber window
with king mullion at either end with small window off centre between, probably
inserted. All windows have c18/C29 wood casements. Interior: fireplaces in ground
and second storeys have plain wood lintels. Roof-trusses probably C18 or early C19
have collars pegged to the face of the tursses; no ridge, purlins very lightly
trenched.
Source: H R Evans in Transactions of Devonshire Association, 1960, p 205


Listing NGR: SX7853368860

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