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Latitude: 50.562 / 50°33'43"N
Longitude: -4.2591 / 4°15'32"W
OS Eastings: 240093
OS Northings: 76015
OS Grid: SX400760
Mapcode National: GBR NQ.FXH5
Mapcode Global: FRA 17ZL.0KZ
Entry Name: Farmbuildings Forming the Farmyard and to the North West of Beara Farmhouse
Listing Date: 7 November 1985
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1105576
English Heritage Legacy ID: 92437
Location: Milton Abbot, West Devon, Devon, PL19
District: West Devon
Civil Parish: Milton Abbot
Traditional County: Devon
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon
SX 47 NW MILTON ABBOT
10/195 Farmbuildings forming the farmyard
- and to the north west of Beara
Farmbuildings forming a small planned farmyard. Probably 1856 and contemporary with
Beara Farmhouse (qv) but incorporating a circa C19 threshing barn. Designed for the
Bedford Estate. Stone rubble with slate roofs, the masonry of the barn
incorporating large pieces of local quartz. The north range is 2-storey and consists
of a threshing barn with an open-fronted shelter shed with loft over adjoining at the
right, engine house adjoining at the rear. A loft entrance in the barn under a
canopy carried on brackets is linked at first floor level to what was probably a
fattening house which projects into the centre of the yard. Stone walls form a
foldyard to the right of the fattening house which has splayed corners and a cart
entrance to gain access to the rear of the stalls. The south range consists of a
calf-house or shippon with 3 entrances and an adjoining carthouse. The west range
consists of 1 single-storey building and 1 small building with loft over. The north
side of the farmyard is formed by a largely rebuilt stone rubble wall to the
foldyard. A modestly-scaled but relatively unspoilt planned farmyard with an
attractive barn in conjunction with its farmhouse.
The 7th Duke of Bedford was a "devoted improver" (Spring) of the farms on the
Tavistock Estate and his policies and practices are described in David Spring, The
English Landed Estate in the Nineteenth Century (1963).
Listing NGR: SX4009376015
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