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Latitude: 50.791 / 50°47'27"N
Longitude: -3.6617 / 3°39'42"W
OS Eastings: 282970
OS Northings: 100362
OS Grid: SS829003
Mapcode National: GBR L8.ZJ62
Mapcode Global: FRA 3760.5UP
Entry Name: 99 and 100, High Street
Listing Date: 11 October 1972
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1197111
English Heritage Legacy ID: 387042
Location: Crediton, Mid Devon, Devon, EX17
District: Mid Devon
Civil Parish: Crediton
Built-Up Area: Crediton
Traditional County: Devon
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon
Church of England Parish: Crediton
Church of England Diocese: Exeter
SS826000 HIGH STREET
672-1/5/91 (North side)
11/10/72 Nos.99 & 100
Shop with accommodation over, now used as 2 shops and offices.
Probably a late C18/early C19 rebuild of an earlier house.
Roughcast; slate roof; left end stack with rendered shaft with
bands, right end stack.
Plan: Double depth plan, 2 rooms wide, with a passage entrance
to left of centre. Stair rises against rear wall of right hand
Exterior: 3 storeys. 3-bay front, symmetrical above the ground
floor. Deep eaves with moulded eaves brackets and a moulded
eaves fascia board. 3 ground and 3 first floor probably early
C19 16-pane sashes with plain stucco architraves. Good
doorcase to left of centre with applied pilasters, an
entablature with a mutule frieze and a dentil frieze below the
cornice. Panelled reveals, panelled door. Shop window to the
right has similar applied pilasters, a fascia and cornice;
plate glass window. Smaller, later, shop window to the left
with plain pilasters and an entablature, glazed with a high
transomed window with small panes above the transom.
Interior: Altered for shop use but retaining early C19 joinery
and a stick baluster stair with a mahogany handrail. Circa
1860s encaustic tiling to the entrance passage. The owner
reports evidence of the former 2-storey roofline noticed
during building work.
An attractive town house with a good shop front and door, part
of a group with the Congregational Chapel and Manse (q.v.) to
Listing NGR: SS8296700365
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