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Latitude: 50.8505 / 50°51'1"N
Longitude: -3.1769 / 3°10'37"W
OS Eastings: 317243
OS Northings: 106320
OS Grid: ST172063
Mapcode National: GBR LY.VLZH
Mapcode Global: FRA 467V.G4P
Plus Code: 9C2RVR2F+56
Entry Name: Pilgrim Cottage, Little Thatch, and Tapsterwater Cottage
Listing Date: 16 March 1988
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1307171
English Heritage Legacy ID: 86608
Location: Luppitt, East Devon, Devon, EX14
District: East Devon
Civil Parish: Luppitt
Traditional County: Devon
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon
Church of England Parish: Luppitt St Mary
Church of England Diocese: Exeter
ST 10 NE
6/55 Pilgrim Cottage, Little Thatch,
- and Tapsterwater Cottage
Row of 3 cottages, formerly 4 cottages. Late C17 - early C18, renovated circa 1980.
Colour-washed local stone and flint rubble; stone rubble stacks and chimneyshaft;
thatch roof, red interlocking tile to rear outshots.
Plan: row of 3, formerly 4, cottages facing south backing onto a stream and
therefore built on a slightly curving alignment. Pilgrim Cottage at the left (west)
end has a 3-room lobby entry plan with an axial stack serving back-to-back
fireplaces and unheated left end room. Little Thatch in the centre and Tapswater
Cottage at the right end have 2-room plans each a mirror image of the other either
side of an axial stack serving back-to-back fireplaces. Pilgrim Cottage has been
made by uniting 2 former cottages. All are 2 storeys with rear lean-to outshots
rebuilt as service rooms circa 1970.
Exterior: overall irregular 7-window front of C20 casements with glazing bars and
each end cottage includes a C20 bay window. Most of the first floor windows rise a
short distance into the eaves. All 3 front doorways have C20 part-glazed doors
under contemporary monopitch hoods. The roof is gable-ended to right and half-hipped
Interiors have similar plain but sturdy carpentry detail including neatly chamfered
crossbeams and oak lintels to stone rubble fireplaces. Roofs not inspected.
If these cottages are contemporary this is a relatively early surviving example of a
row of small cottages. They also form part of a scattered group of attractive
listed buildings on the southern approach to Luppit.
Listing NGR: ST1724306320
This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.
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