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Latitude: 50.6812 / 50°40'52"N
Longitude: -4.098 / 4°5'52"W
OS Eastings: 251876
OS Northings: 88935
OS Grid: SX518889
Mapcode National: GBR NY.6H6S
Mapcode Global: FRA 2798.P9K
Entry Name: Leawood Mill
Listing Date: 7 September 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1105638
English Heritage Legacy ID: 94305
Location: Bridestowe, West Devon, Devon, EX20
District: West Devon
Civil Parish: Bridestowe
Traditional County: Devon
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon
Church of England Parish: Bridestowe
Church of England Diocese: Exeter
SX 58 NW
12/62 Leawood Mill
Mill and mill house. Circa mid C19. Local stone rubble walls. Gable ended slate
roof. 2 rubble stacks, one is axial between the house and the mill, the other is at
the gable end of the mill building.
L-shaped plan with house projecting to the front and mill building in wing to the
right with its wheel originally on its rear wall. The house is double depth with
probably 2 rooms originally and gable end entrance into small lobby.
2 storeys with attic. The house has a regular gabled 2-window front of C19 small-
paned casements. To the left on the ground floor is C20 part-glazed door. At the
centre of the gable is a blocked 2nd floor window. All openings have granite
lintels. The inner face of the mill has a door to the left with a window to its
right and above of 3-light C19 casements. On the rear elevation only the axle of
the mill wheel survives.
Interior: some of the stone drive machinery survives with wooden edges to the
wheels. 2 stones are preserved of which according to the present occupant one was
used for grinding corn and one for animal feed.
Listing NGR: SX5187688935
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