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Located in a great central Devon location adjacent to the owners' home, it provides an authentic taste of country life.Perfectly situated on the B3215 you are just a short drive from the bustling market town of Okehampton and amenities such as a cinema and supermarkets, alongside an array of independent shops and castle ruins to visit.From here French doors take you outside to an enclosed patio area.Venturing up to the first floor, and via low beamed steep cottage style stairs, you will find yourself on a quirky and characterful sloping landing, and all of the bedrooms lead off this.

The salary, with maintenance and residence in the home, not to exceed £50 per annum.[Up to 1834] [After 1834] [Staff] [Inmates] [Records] [Bibliography] [Links] Glossop Township workhouse was erected in 1832-4, just before the passing of the 1834 Poor Law Amendment Act.Poor law administration at that time was in the hands of the Vestry meeting which, in January 1833, accepted specifications and plans for the building of a workhouse and invited tenders for its construction.Lovely closed in garden and access to a field to walk the dog. Had a great holiday in this beautiful cottage which is full of character.

So quiet and peaceful at night, No issues with the dog kennels across the way. Everything was there that we needed and our dogs loved the enclosed garden.The average annual poor-rate expenditure for the period 1836-38 had been £1,075 or 2s.3d. The new Glossop Board of Guardians took over the recently built Township workhouse whose location and layout can be seen on the 1919 map below. The main workhouse building was a two-storey stone structure running east-west, with an extension at its western end. The original structure, dating from 1896-7, had 40 beds and cost £5,000. A new laundry was erected at the north of the workhouse in 1902, and the kitchens at the west of the laundry were rebuilt in 1920. It is believed, however, that tramps were sent to perform work in the adjacent quarry rather than in work cells in the workhouse itself.