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Latitude: 50.9485 / 50°56'54"N
Longitude: -4.0446 / 4°2'40"W
OS Eastings: 256473
OS Northings: 118549
OS Grid: SS564185
Mapcode National: GBR KR.NH7H
Mapcode Global: FRA 26FL.L5B
Entry Name: Ebberly House
Listing Date: 16 January 1952
Last Amended: 16 February 1989
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1105001
English Heritage Legacy ID: 91782
Location: Roborough, Torridge, Devon, EX19
Civil Parish: Roborough
Traditional County: Devon
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon
Church of England Parish: Roborough St Peter
Church of England Diocese: Exeter
SS 51 NE RODBOROUGH EBBERLY
16.1.52 EBBERLY HOUSE
Country house. Rebuilt c1816 by Henry Hole, possibly to the designs of Thomas Lee; on the site of and possibly incorporating an earlier house. Stuccoed, probably stone rubble. Slate hipped roof behind parapets. Rendered stack with yellow clay pots. STYLE: a Neo-Classical style country house. PLAN: double depth plan with a central entrance, a wing behind the right hand end and a lower service wing at the back to the left. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys; symmetrical 2:3:2 bay south front divided by giant pilasters, paired at each end and which support the entablature which has a moulded cornice and blocking course. Large early Cl9 16-pane sashes on the first floor and early Cl9 French windows on the ground floor with margin glazing bars and decorative wrought-iron balconettes. Doorway at the centre with glazed double doors and a large Doric stuccoed porch with 2 pairs of massive fluted columns supporting an entablature. The porch is now glazed. The main entablature continues around the left and right hand returns where there is a semi-circular bay at each end of the front with a French window on the first floor with an iron balcony. To the right of the east elevation there are sash windows with glazing bars. The rear elevation is asymmetrically fenestrated with sashes. Over the lower rear service wing a fine timber cupola, octagonal on plan with an ogee dome and finial. INTERIOR: appears to he very complete and has many interesting features, including a fine cantilevered staircase in a small oval well, intact joinery, plasterwork and chinineypieces, two of which are set under windows.
(Sources: Cherry B and Pevsner N: The Buildings of England: [2nd edition]: 1989: 351-:)
Listing NGR: SS5647318549
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