MSO10840 - Holland House and 4, Chapel Lane, Dulverton (Building)


One source suggests this is an early 19th Century semi detached house and shop; however, another mentions Holland House was built as a private residence in the early 1700s.

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Number 4 and Holland House abutting on the north front, Chapel Lane. This is an early 19th century semi detached house and shop. The entrance is probably an early 19th century plank door under the porch, which is set in the angle with The Old Bake House adjoining to the southwest. [1] Holland House was built as a private residence, over the leat, in the early 1700s. In the 20th century, it had many uses, including the Electricity Shop. [3] The buildings were visited in February 2012 as part of the rapid condition survey of Exmoor's Listed Buildings 2012-13. They received a BAR score of 6. [4]

Sources/Archives (4)

  • <1> Index: Department of the Environment. List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest . 36th List, District of West Somerset. 04/08/1986.
  • <2> Unpublished document: Fisher, J.. c.2003. Dulverton Conservation Area Appraisal. p15.
  • <3> Monograph: Dulverton and District Civic Society. 2002. The Book of Dulverton, Brushford, Bury and Exebridge. Halsgrove. P.29, 34, 42, Photographs.
  • <4> Report: Lawrence, G.. 2014. Exmoor National Park: Rapid condition survey of listed buildings 2012-13.



Grid reference Centred SS 9129 2780 (11m by 23m) (Estimated from sources)
Map sheet SS92NW

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  • 2012-3 Building At Risk Score (6): 1648/15/69/1
  • 2012-3 Building At Risk Score (6): 1648/15/69/2
  • National Park: Exmoor National Park
  • Somerset SMR PRN: 31400

Record last edited

Mar 10 2021 2:46PM


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