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The Ship and Pelican, Public House

A Grade II Listed Building in Heavitree, Devon

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.7212 / 50°43'16"N

Longitude: -3.5052 / 3°30'18"W

OS Eastings: 293844

OS Northings: 92371

OS Grid: SX938923

Mapcode National: GBR P1.W0VS

Mapcode Global: FRA 37K5.D8R

Entry Name: The Ship and Pelican, Public House

Listing Date: 23 June 2000

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1380747

English Heritage Legacy ID: 481071

Location: Exeter, Devon, EX1

County: Devon

Electoral Ward/Division: Heavitree

Built-Up Area: Exeter

Traditional County: Devon

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon

Church of England Parish: Heavitree St Michael and All Angels

Church of England Diocese: Exeter

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Listing Text


SX 9392 FORE STREET
871/13/10152 HEAVITREE
23-JUN-00 (South side)
54
The Ship and Pelican, Public House

GV II

The Ship and Pelican public house. c.1850, probably with an earlier core. Mass wall construction, painted stucco. Green Victorian tiled dado. Hipped corrugated iron roof; rendered and red brick chimney shafts with tapering round terracotta chimneypots; cast iron rainwater goods; the rear extension is stuccoed red brick laid in Flemish bond with a hipped roof with coated slates.
Plan: On a corner site. Rectangular plan plus 2 storey extension to rear.
Exterior: Main range is 3 storeys; 2-storey rear extension. Asymmetrical, 2-window front. Entrance is slightly left of centre. Grand doorcase with wooden pilasters, brackets and cornice; deep rectangular overlight with glazing bars; doorcase with panelled reveals. Architraved plaque above, depicting a ship with sails. To ground floor left is a C20 high transomed window with glazing bars. To ground floor right is a C20 corner window to the bar which continues on to right return (Church Street elevation). At first floor, the front elevation has two 16-pane hornless sash windows. To second floor left is a hornless sash window without glazing bars. The right return of the main range is 3 windows wide. Central doorcase with hood supported by brackets; C20 door. 12-pane sash window to the right. At first floor are two 12-pane hornless sash windows. At second floor level are three 16-pane hornless sash window. The rear extension is one window wide on the right return.12-pane hornless sash windows to both floor levels. The drop between the three storey main range and the two storey extension is slate hung. The left return of the main range has painted render and iron fire escapes.
INTERIOR: C19 stick-baluster stairs; plain and boxed-in beams and joists to ground floor.
Historical Note: a public house under the name of The Ship has occupied this site since at least 1740. Falla records that the Ship fulfilled the function of public rooms and was used for the annual distribution of cloth to the poor in the 1820s. Coroner's inquests were held here and refreshments were provided after paupers' funerals.


Listing NGR: SX9384492371

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