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Listed Buildings

Fore StreetClifford StreetNew Exeter StreetOld Exeter StreetParade – Rock RoadThe SquareWoodway StreetThe ChurchyardOther locations

Fore Street

East Side Description Grade
7 Former bakers shop. Ex-Churchill Assoc. Built c1830 II
11 Alpha House. Eclectic late C19 with robust Venetian detail II
23/24 Pair of adjoining houses. No23 previously Bromleigh. c1810 II
25 Old Coaching House, formerly Clifford Arms. Built for Richard Rose 1808 II
Swanston House. Early C19, C20 alterations. Now divided into three units II
Parish Church. Dedicated 1259. St Martin & St Mary I
35 The Old House. Pynsent's Free School founded 1668. C19/C20 additions II
36 The Lawn. Early C19 II

West Side Description Grade
[39] Western House. Early/mid C19 II
42 Formerly Upton House. Early C19 II
43 Formerly Knowle Green Cottage. Early C16. Complex evolution II
[52/53] Bishop Lacy PH, formerly Plymouth Inn. Early C16, C17, C20 alterations II
60 The Grey House, formerly Church Hill House. c1810. Later C19/early C20 II
67 Kingsley House, formerly Fairlea. c1810, later C19/early C20 II
[76] Formerly Tireh/Schoolhouse. c1859 II

Clifford Street

North Side Description Grade
Town Mills. Circa mid C19 on site of earlier mill complex (C13) II

New Exeter Street

East Side Description Grade
1 House. (Culver Cottage). Circa early/mid C19 II
Section of wall opposite 61/61A with dipping pit (near Herridge Orchard) II
Wall to garden of Culver House, gate piers and adjacent dipping pit II

West Side Description Grade
60 House, early mid C17 or earlier C20 renovations II

Old Exeter Street

East Side Description Grade
4 & 5 Formerly Glencoe. Early C19. Adjoins Alma House to right. (name not in use) II
6 Alma House and front railings. Early C19. (name not in use) II
39 & 40 Early C19. One house divided into two II

West Side Description Grade
49 The Retreat. Refashioning of earlier house. Early C19 II
69 The Running Pheasant (1987) formerly Orchard House II


  Description Grade
Old Fairfield. Early C19. Probably stone, L plan II

Rock Road

  Description Grade
Palace Farm. House. Circa late C17, early C18 II
Bishops Palace, very few remains II*

The Square

  Description Grade
Obelisk. Late C18/early C19. Later plaque of 1879 II

Woodway Street

  Description Grade
United Reformed Church. 1710, rebuilt 1830 II

The Churchyard

  Description Grade
Day family chest tomb. Grey limestone coffin slab, medieval style, coped lid II
Garrett, John 1792. Grey limestone. 22m south east of vestry II
Headstone (fragment), 10m south west of west doorway of Church. Probable C19 II
Newcombe chest tomb. Severe granite chest. Montague Newcombe Parker 1869 II
Tothill, John 1760 chest tomb with oversailing lid II
Tothill, Nicholas 1771. Ann 1766 (pair of adjacent headstones, good lettering) II
Wilkins, Ambrose 1771 chest tomb with oversailing lid, against south wall II
Wright, William 1793 and wife. 7m south of stair turret buttress II

Other Locations

  Description Grade
Ashwell Lodge. Opposite Ugbrooke entrance. Mid/late C19 II
Bridge over Mill Leat (200m NW of Old Kate Bridge). Probably Early C19 II
Bridgeland Bridge. Probable early C19. Datestone with 'Repaired 1681 and 1811' II
Brimley Stile. House C18 thatched
Chaning Wills Memorial 700m south east of Harcombe House 1921 II
Chudleigh Bridge. Over River Teign. Early C19 II
Coburg. Early C19 II
Coburg. The Cottage and Coburg Cottage. Probable early C19. Thatched II
Crammers Bridge. Over Kate Brook. Probably early C19. Illegible inscription (1952) II
Crammers Farmhouse. Probably C18 and late C20 alterations II
Dunscombe, Lower. C18 remodel of earlier house II
Filleigh House. 1869 remodel of earlier C19 house. Datestone EB (Evan Baillie) II
Hamlyns Farm. Cider barn. Probably C18 II
Hamlyns Farm. Stable block. Late C18/early C19 II
Hams Barton. Probably early C16, early C17 and late C19 remodel II*
Harcombe House. Gateway with datestone 1912 II
Harcombe House. Service range to west 1912 II
Heathfield House and former stables. Early C19, thatched II
Highwaymans Haunt, The. Circa late C16/early C17, late C20 additions II
Ideford Arch. 1810 dates from diversion of original turnpike II
Kerswell Springs. Probably early C18, extended C19 and 1930s II
Lime Kiln on dual carriageway (Harcombe Bends). Mid to late C19 II
Lime Kilns 20m south-east of Kerswell Cottage. Probable C19 II
Lime Kilns 40m south of Glen Cottage. Probable mid/late C19 II
Longthorn Cottage. Probable early C19, late C20 extension II
Lower Upcott. Farmhouse circa early C18 II
Mistletoe Cottage and cottage adjoining to south. Circa late C18/C19 II
Mistletoe Farmhouse. Probably late C18, late C20 rear extension II
Oakfield. House. c1850 II
Old Kate Bridge. Over Kate Brook. Probable early C19 II
Ridge Cottage. Circa early C19 with late C20 rear extension II
Ruggadon. Barn to west II
Ruggadon. Circa early C16, C17 and C20 alterations II
Smoothway Lodge. Early C19. Formerly gatekeepers lodge II
Town Hall, Market Way. 1865 with later alterations II
Ugbrooke Park. Country House. Clifford since late C16 I
Ugbrooke Park. Orangery. Probably early C19 II
Ugbrooke Park. Stables. 1793 II
Waddon. Bridge over ford. Probable C19 II
Waddon. Waddon Thatch. C17 thatched house II
Whiteway. Bridge over stream. 80m south east of house. Early C19 II
Whiteway House. Gardeners cottage, circa 1877 II
Whiteway House. Largely 1770s II*
Whiteway House. Stable block. Probably early C18/C20 II

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