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Latitude: 50.3822 / 50°22'55"N
Longitude: -3.5971 / 3°35'49"W
OS Eastings: 286548
OS Northings: 54806
OS Grid: SX865548
Mapcode National: GBR QR.HKG9
Mapcode Global: FRA 38C1.0H9
Entry Name: The Old Bake House
Listing Date: 7 December 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1108299
English Heritage Legacy ID: 101198
Location: Dittisham, South Hams, Devon, TQ6
District: South Hams
Civil Parish: Dittisham
Traditional County: Devon
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon
Church of England Parish: Dittisham St George
Church of England Diocese: Exeter
5X8654 - SX8754 MANOR STREET
17/286 DITTISHAM (North
7.12.87 side) The Old Bake
Cottage, formerly used as a shop and once said to have been a bakehouse.
Circa early C16, remodelled in circa late C17 or early C18 and extended in
circa late C18 or early C19 and again in C20.
Roughcast stone rubble. Steeply pitched slate roof with half-hipped right
hand end and gabled left hand end abutting adjoining house. 2 lateral
stacks at the back the stack on the rear right hand corner has a tall
rendered tapered shaft with louvred clay pots.
Plan: 2-room and through passage plan, each room heated from a lateral
stack at the rear and an unheated outshut across the back. The main range
of 2 rooms with a central through passage was originally open to the roof
and lmay have been the lower end (right) and hall (left) of a 3-room plan
house, the inner room of which has been incorporated into the adjoining
house to the left. Alternatively it was oroginally only of 2-room plan.
It was probably not until the late C17 or early C18 that the house was
floored and a lateral stack built at the back of the hall. the rear
lateral stack of the lower right hand room and the outshut across the back
may be later C18 or early C19 additiions. In the C20 a narrow single
storey wing was built behind the right hand end of the outshut.
Exterior: 2 storeys. Asymmetrical 2-window south front. C19 2-light
casements with glazing bars, ground floor left hand has been replaced by
late C20 2-light casement with glazing bars. Central doorway with C20
glazed and panelled door. 2 small C19 casements on right hand gable end
with one small C20 casement above on first floor.
The roof of the main range is carried down at the rear over an outshut
which has been extended in C20 by the addition of a single storey wing.
Interior: The main cross-beam in the passage is roughly chamfered and has
a straight cut strap. The left hand room has roughly chamfered wavey
ceililng beams of light scantling and a lateral fireplace at the back with
a cambered chamfered timber lintel and a brick-lilned oven. The right hand
room has a lateral fireplace at the back with a thinly chamfered timber
lintel. The first floor chamber over the left hand room has a small rear
lateral fireplace with an unstrapped chamfered timber lintel.
Roof: 4 trusses made from reused smoke-blackened principals with artuces
for the collars and threaded purlins which are missing. The feet of the
principals are straight but some are jointed to short posts embedded in the
Listing NGR: SX8654854806
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