© Mrs Helen Northcott
DITSWORTHY WARREN HOUSE,
SHEEPSTOR, WEST DEVON, DEVON
Mrs Helen Northcott
03 September 2001
15 April 1978
Date of last amendment:
15 April 1978
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SX 56 NE
18/105 Ditsworthy Warren House
House, originally built for keeper of rabbit warren. Circa late C18 or early-mid
C19 with later C19 addition. Granite rubble walls, partly rendered. Gable ended
roof of felt sheeting. 3 stacks, one of rendered brick at right gable end, rendered
rubble axial stack and at left gable end.
Plan: originally 2-room plan with central entrance passage which had stairs in a
projection at the rear. 1-room plan late C19 addition built at right-hand end.
Exterior: 2 storeys. Asymmetrical 4-window front, original section to left has
symmetrical arrangement of 3 windows and central open fronted porch which has C20
plank door behind. All windows are shuttered. Straight joint -between the 2 builds.
At the right-hand end the fragmentary remains of a shippon stand. The rear
elevation has shallow leanto stair projection at centre of original section.
Interior: inaccessible at time of survey.