2 Brook Cottages, Netherton, Devon (OASIS ID: acarchae2-278217)

AC Archaeology Ltd, 2017

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Introduction

2 Brook Cottages, Netherton, Devon (OASIS ID: acarchae2-278217)

An historic building record of No. 2 Brook Cottage was prepared by AC Archaeology in January 2017 to support planning and Listed Building Consent applications for repair following a fire in August 2016.

No. 2 Brook Cottage and the attached No. 1 represent a subdivided house of mid/late 16th-century date. The building was constructed with two storeys, with a two-room plan which lacked a cross passage dividing the space. By the early 19th century the building had been divided into two cottages forming part of two small tenements. In No. 2 a probable stair turret had been replaced by a staircase. During the 20th century the building was converted back into a single property, and later subdivided into two cottages. At this time the staircase was replaced, and the first-floor bathroom added.

The property has low-medium architectural, evidential, historical, and aesthetic heritage values, and is considered to be an asset of low-medium significance.