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The Bird Cage, Port Isaac

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

The Bird Cage, a small 2-and-a-half storey dwelling of irregular pentagonal plan with one room on each floor and a small rectangular single storey addition to the left, dates from the mid 19th century. It was supposedly built by a Valentine Powell Richards, and restored in 1953 by Mr. W.H....

Budlake Smithy House, Budlake, Killerton

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

Originally a three cell cross-passage house, with a jointed cruck roof and possible plank and muntin screens. A brick bread oven was added, probably in the 17c, and in the 18c the house was enlarged to the southwest with a large chimney stack being added. In the 19c the brick outshuts at t...

Tygwin, Wayside Cottages, St. Agnes

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

Tygwin, a small, low, 2 storey cottage, is situated on St. Agnes property. It dates from the early 19th century and is part of Wayside Cottages (90347*0). It has a lean-to porch at the front and a privy building, internally divided in 2, across the path.The cottage is built mainly of slate...

118 Oulton Street, Blickling

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

The eastern of a pair of houses (see No. 117, NT SMR 01243). Built c.1670, but little survives, built as farmhouse with attached barn. Single storey. Of flint with brick quoins. Early 18th-c. given a brick skin and raised in height in the 19th c.[1][2]

Heath Farm Cottage, Dudmaston

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

Small two-bay brick dwelling of 1« storeys with blue- red brick single storey rear service outshut of c. 1860, under lean-to roof. Rendered main elevations, possibly covering elements of earlier timber frame. Dentil red brick eaves and brick butresses are probably additions of c. 1840....

White Cottage, Union Fish Cellar, Port Gaverne

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

The archaeological features (Fish Cellars 90324*0 & 90325*0, Slate Wharf 90326*0) present on the property are connected with the industry of the port. Two fish cellars (90324*0 & 90325*0) are owned in Port Gaverne - cellar is a cornish term for a building used by fishermen to make and stor...

Selworthy Farm, C19 Farmhouse and Farm Buildings

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

Farmhouse: Two storey house with rear wing. Small lean-to porch to east. Main roof is gable ended with internal axial stack and external axial stack to west; latter with top and bottom shoulders, both tiled. Roof covered plain clay tiles throughout, except where otherwise indicated. Collar...

20 Silvergate Lane, Blickling

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

20 Silvergate Lane. One of a range of three houses of mid-17th century origin, with much alteration. Red brick under a gabled thatched roof. Façade to east.[1][2]Status: Listed BuildingGrade: II

Old Friars, Artington, The River Wey & Godalming Navigations

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

Former hall house, early 16th-century with later alterations and additions. Timber-framed with rendered infill. Two storeys. For full description see DoE Listed Buildings list, Artington 3/52, map SU 94 NE.Status: Listed BuildingGrade: II

10 Middle Street, C19 House, Montacute

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

Front pitch is of clay tiles with the last two courses being of stone slates. Coped gable ends. Rear pitch is of slate. Front chimney ashlar stone stack/ cap. Rear brick stack with one oversailing course. Both are at west gable end of roof pitch. North wall rubblestone with concrete lintel...