Source/Archive record SEM340782 - West Lynch House, Lynch, Selworthy, Exmoor National Park: A historic building appraisal

Type Report
Title West Lynch House, Lynch, Selworthy, Exmoor National Park: A historic building appraisal
Author/Originator
Date/Year 2020
South West Archaeology report 270720

Abstract/Summary

A building appraisal was conducted remotely in July 2020 based on a site visit undertaken in January 2020, due to COVID-19 restrictions. The work was undertaken in advance of proposed renovation works. The house was noted to have medieval origins and have considerable architectural and historical interest, with many interior period features and complex phasing, and showing important social changes and ideas about presentation. It may originally have been part of the Holnicote estate and had other historical associations but was separately held by the early 19th Century.

External Links (1)

Referenced Monuments (2)

  • Range of farm buildings associated with West Lynch House (Building)
  • West Lynch House, dwarf wall and railings returned to house as curved walls, West Lynch (Building)

Referenced Events (1)

  • 2020: HBA - West Lynch House (Ref: 6/29/20/106LB)

Record last edited

Sep 28 2020 10:39AM