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Latitude: 50.6114 / 50°36'41"N
Longitude: -3.3946 / 3°23'40"W
OS Eastings: 301418
OS Northings: 80007
OS Grid: SY014800
Mapcode National: GBR P5.06T1
Mapcode Global: FRA 37SG.79W
Entry Name: The Barn
Listing Date: 6 November 1972
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1164569
English Heritage Legacy ID: 87477
Location: Exmouth, East Devon, Devon, EX8
District: East Devon
Civil Parish: Exmouth
Built-Up Area: Exmouth
Traditional County: Devon
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon
Church of England Parish: Littleham-cum-Exmouth St Margaret
Church of England Diocese: Exeter
5176 (South Side)
SY 08 SW 6/152 6.11.72.
1897. E S Prior architect. One of the seminal buildings of the Arts and Crafts
movement both in its plan and for its use of varied local vernacular materials.
Coursed stone interspersed with random sections of cobbles of different sizes
giving a richly textured appearance. Former thatched roof replaced by hipped
slates after an early fire. The plan consists of 2 rectangular blocks set diagonally
to each other. The entrance, in the angle, rises to a large wide slate hung
gable jettied out in 2 stages, 3 storeys with symmetrically placed windows.
Centre round arched door with lead panel and small Venetian window above.
The outer blocks of 2 storeys with irregular fenestration. All windows have
mullions (and, in some cases transoms) and leaded lights. The outer blocks
of the garden elevation terminate in gables on their inner ends. These are
linked by centre gable. Below are 1st floor windows with mullions and transom.
On the ground floor is a verandah roof supported on granite columns. From
each outer block rises a massive round stone chimney, each with stone cap supported
by large carved balls. Interior features said to include galleried hall and
fireplace with oak mantel. References:A Service. Edwardian Architecture and
its Origins pages 143-145. Sir Bannister Fletcher. A History of Architecture
pages 1166 and 1169.
Listing NGR: SY0141880007
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