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Webbery Manor

A Grade II Listed Building in Alverdiscott, Devon

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Latitude: 51.0138 / 51°0'49"N

Longitude: -4.1354 / 4°8'7"W

OS Eastings: 250300

OS Northings: 125989

OS Grid: SS503259

Mapcode National: GBR KM.JJ5Q

Mapcode Global: FRA 267F.LQ6

Plus Code: 9C3Q2V77+GR

Entry Name: Webbery Manor

Listing Date: 19 October 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1333143

English Heritage Legacy ID: 91347

ID on this website: 101333143

Location: Torridge, Devon, EX39

County: Devon

District: Torridge

Civil Parish: Alverdiscott

Traditional County: Devon

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon

Church of England Parish: Alverdiscott All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Exeter

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4/30 Webbery Manor
House. Built 1821-6 for John Cutcliffe. Colourwashed stucco
over coursed slatestone rubble. Gabled slate roof with
overhanging eaves, and early C19 gutter to front; rendered brick
stacks. Regency Tudor style. Triple-depth plan, enclosing 3
sides of cobbled yard to rear. 2 storeys; 4-window range has
porch to centre of symmetrical 3-window range to left of 2-storey
canted bay to right. Porch has moulded Tudor-style doorways with
depressed arches and sunk spandrels to early C19 panelled and
studded outer door and half-glazed inner door with glazing bars:
exterior of porch has frieze of blank shields set in revealed
panels. Label moulds over early C19 three-light wood-mullioned
and transomed windows with glazing bars set in chamfered
architraves; two C20 two-light windows to top right. Canted bay
to right has label moulds with pendant stops over deep 2-light
moulded wood-mullioned and transomed windows with glazing bars
set in chamfered architraves. Right side wall has similar
one-storey bay window. Left side wall has canted bay window with
frieze of blank shields set in revealed panels. Courtyard to
rear has Tudor-style doorway to former chapel on left-hand side.
Interior: early C19 Tudor-style panelled doors and shutters
throughout. Central hall to front and parlour to left have
Tudor-style fireplaces. Stair-hall to rear of hall has early C19
dog-leg with landing staircase with turned balusters and wreathed
handrail. To right of hall, room to front has marble
classical-style fireplace with blank shields to frieze, and room
to rear has Tudor-style fireplace and decorative plasterwork to
ceiling. First floor noted as having similar Tudor-style
fireplaces with cast-iron grates. History: built for John
Cutcliffe (1778-1827), a former Lieutenant-Colonel in Arms, and
in 1847 described in a "Times" advertisement as "suited for a
large and genteel family, near post towns, and within a few hours
drive of the railway now completed"
(Information from local historian).

Listing NGR: SS5030025989

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