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Paragon House, Paragon Place, South Street

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Paragon House, Paragon Place, (South Street), c.1700 (NGR 292007 92375). A photograph of this (looking from ?Mermaid Buildings? towards the South Tower of the cathedral) that includes this building is reported by Richard Parker (pers comm.). The house is seen to be at least three storeys...

BELLAIR, COUNTY HALL, TOPSHAM ROAD

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Bellair is a small square-planned house built c.1700 by John Vowler, a wealthy grocer who married into the Baring family (Hoskins 1960, 83; Cherry 1988, 125; Cherry and Pevsner 1989, 401). The house is now used as an adjunct to County Hall and is structurally linked to the later 20th cent...

Early 18th century hoiuse at 17 St Davids Hill

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

An early 18th century house, probably dating to the 1730s-40s, is contained within the later buildings. It has a three-bay street frontage, widening to ?five bays at the rear. The original building had an L-shaped plan with wider range to the rear and its main entrance possibly somewher...

Post-medieval House at122a Fore Street

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Three episodes of work in this building (formerly the Devonport Inn) in 1999, 2000, and 2002 (EUAD 15037, 15078, 15131 respectively) indicate the presence of a late 17th or early 18th century house on this site. The main structure of the front block probably survives from this period, rep...

Excavations at Rack Street, Exeter 1974-75 (Exeter archive site 52)

Type: Fieldwork archives Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

From late 1974 to early 1975 the Exeter Museums Archaeological Field Unit undertook an excavation on a site fronting onto Rack Street. The site was later acquired for housing.

Excavation at St Catherines Almshouses, Exeter 1987 (Exeter archive site 89)

Type: Fieldwork archives Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

In 1987-8, Exeter Museums Archaeological Field Unit excavated on the site of St Catherines Almshouses and adjacent property in advance of re-consolidation and landscaping, revealing further the plan of the north-east range of the Roman house on the site and the structural sequence which pr...

Medieval House at 4 West Street

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Survey and recording at nos 3-4 West Street in 2002 revealed traces of a late medieval house on the site of no. 4 West Street, immediately west of the church of St Mary Steps. The principal remains lie in the front bay of the building and comprise a large chamfered beam some 2.8m back fro...

POST MEDIEVAL HOUSE AT 192 HIGH STREET

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Recording of the visible fabric of 192 High Street during refurbishment in June 2001 revealed no certainly medieval fabric to the building but the report suggested that the building originated as two houses of the gallery and back block type plan arranged with frontages on High Street and...

Post-medieval house at 17 Gandy Street

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The house faces Gandy Street. There was formerly a narrow forecourt separating the house from the street; but the ground-floor frontage has been brought forwards to form a 19th-century shop front. The first floor retains part of an early 18th-century red-brick façade, with window openings...

Post-medieval house(s) at 3-4 West Street

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Survey and recording at nos 3-4 West Street in 2002 revealed traces of a later seventeenth century house on the site. This incorporated parts of the westernmost property, whose frontage is now usurped by an electricity sub-station, seems to have covered a substantial part of the buildings...