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Description: The Ferry Boat Inn
Date Listed: 26 April 1993
English Heritage Building ID: 101206
OS Grid Reference: SX8664054815
OS Grid Coordinates: 286640, 54815
Latitude/Longitude: 50.3823, -3.5958
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SX8654-SX8754 MANOR STREET
17/294 DITTISHAM (North side),
The Ferry Boat Inn
Public House. Probably C18, remodelled in circa mid C19 and with C20
alterations. Stone rubble with rendered south and wet elevations. Slate
roof with gabled left hand north end and hipped right hand south end; black
glazed ridge tiles. Projecting stone rubble stack at left hand end with
rebuilt rendered shaft and turned clay pot.
Plan: Rectangular Plan. Probably originally 2 rooms with a central
entrance, the left hand room heated from a gable end stack, the right hand
room has a rear lateral stack and a cellar below with access to the lower
level from the shore of the River Dart at this end. The building was much
altered internally probably in the C20 and the ground floor partitions were
removed and a bowed single storey extension was added across the front.
Exterior: 2 storeys. Symmetrical 2-windows south front. On first and
second floor C20 2-light casements with glazing bars, the second floor in
cambered head openings. Across the ground storey of front a single storey
bowed edtension was built in the C20 with a flat roof, a round-headed
central doorway with a plank door, a mantle-pane fixed light window to the
left and a C20 sash to the right. The right hand east end facing the river
has C20 windows, a 2-light second floor casement with a cambered head, a 16
pane first floor sash and a wide ariel on the ground floor with a cellar
doorway below with a C20 door.
Interior: Not inspected.
Listing NGR: SX8664054815
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Source: English Heritage
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