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Rosebank

A Grade II Listed Building in Dunsford, Devon

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.6877 / 50°41'15"N

Longitude: -3.6806 / 3°40'50"W

OS Eastings: 281375

OS Northings: 88913

OS Grid: SX813889

Mapcode National: GBR QM.922D

Mapcode Global: FRA 3758.9WH

Entry Name: Rosebank

Listing Date: 4 September 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1214831

English Heritage Legacy ID: 399769

Location: Dunsford, Teignbridge, Devon, EX6

County: Devon

District: Teignbridge

Civil Parish: Dunsford

Traditional County: Devon

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon

Church of England Parish: Dunsford St Mary

Church of England Diocese: Exeter

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Listing Text

DUNSFORD BRITON STREET LANE, (east side),
SX 88 NW Dunsford

6/39 Rosebank

GV II

Small house. Medieval origins, C17 remodelling, substantial C20 renovations. Cob on
stone rubble footings, whitewashed and rendered, front wall rebuilt in concrete block,
left gable end wall brick, thatched roof gabled at ends, rendered left end stack,axial
stack projecting through roof to rear of ridge.
The original plan was a medieval 3-room open hall house with no evidence for a cross
passage: an axial stack was inserted before the hall was ceiled over; there was some
evidence that the stack was timber-framed before the C20 renovations. The lobby
entrance is against a narrow winder stair which abuts the axial stack at the front. The
C20 renovations involved the replacement of the roof and front wall but have preserved
the original internal partitions. Single-storey lean-to at right end. 2 storeys.
Asymmetrical 4-window front, the eaves thatch eyebrowed over a dormer in the centre;
C20 half-glazed front door to the right of centre. C20 Sympathetic replacement
fenestration of 2-and 3-light windows with glazing bars. 2 pane casement window in
the right gable at first floor level.
Interior C16 and C17 features survive in situ on the ground floor. The hall, kitchen
to the right and inner room to the left all have deeply chamfered cross beams with step
stops. The hall has an open fireplace with stone rubble jambs, a chamfered stopped
lintel and a bread oven. A good oak plank and muntin screen with a moulded top rail and
chamfered muntins stopped off at hall bench level divides the hall from the inner room.
The smoke-blackened medieval jointed cruck truss has been erected with 1 original
purlin intact, the truss is no longer load-bearing.
In spite of the substantial C20 repairs the house is of special interest as an example
of a small 3 building: a minature version without cross passage of the larger farmhouses
of the region, and with a lobby entrance unusual in the County.


Listing NGR: SX8137588913

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