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11 NORTH STREET

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

Prior to substantial renovation in 1950, this was a one-and-a-half storey, three unit, coursed rubble stone building possibly dating from the late 16th century. It was divided into two cottages in the early 19th century.

ROWLEY FARM HOUSE

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The house consists of two parallel timber framed ranges with a link between. The front range originated as an open hall house in the 15th century, the parlour bay is all that remains of this building. In the late 16th century the house was rebuilt in the form of a four bay central smoke ba...

SKEFFINGTON HOUSE

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Three gable-fronted house circa 1600, altered C19. Early C18 iron gates from Quenby Hall and C16th Tuscan column formerly set up as a cross? in High Cross Street (see SK 50 SE 106)

TOTTENHAM HOUSE

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Great house built in 1825 by Thomas Cundy II for Charles Brudenell Bruce, Marquess of Ailesbury. It is built on the site of two earlier houses, first of 1573-5 by Sir John Thynne, the second a brick mansion of 1781 by Richard Boyle, Lord Burlington, for his brother in law, Charles Bruce, p...

OLD GREAT HALFPENNY

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Timber framed house, built circa 1580 and restored in the 20th century.

POLTIMORE HOUSE

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Poltimore House was built in the late 16th century as the seat of the Bampfylde family. An L-shaped Tudor house now forms the rear and east ranges of a large mansion that has undergone considerable expansion, enclosing and ultimately almost completely filling an internal courtyard. The fro...

ORCHARD HOUSE

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Farmhouse with a parlour wing of the late 16th century, but largely of early to mid 17th century date, thought to be a rebuilding of a medieval timber-framed hall on the site, and altered in the late 17th to early 18th century. Built of coursed rubble stone with a roof of stone tiles.

ST ANDREWS CHURCH

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The church is of possible 12th century origin, the only certain feature of that date however being the tub font. The rest is 13th and 15th century, refitted in 1633, repaired in 1755 and restored 1936-8. Plan of nave with Western bell-turret, chancel with North chapel, now vestry, at right...

LEADEN RODING HALL

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Manor house of circa 1400 and adjacent at one corner is an early C16th house forming a `unit system group. Altered in the C16th, C19th and C20th. Now occupied as three tenements. Adjacent to the East is a moat, water-filled in the North-West and South-West corners, but generally dried up a...

COURT HOUSE

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Former conventual building, part of the Hospital of St. John, thought to date to the late 12th century and purchased by the Corporation in 1580; much altered circa 1623, when it was converted to a court house. The building has been used for council meetings by the Old Corporation since 161...