The East Worlington Parish contains 38 listed buildings including a Grade I church (St Mary, West Worlington) , two Grade II* houses and two ancient monuments (a round barrow and a standing stone).
The majority of the 33 Grade II listed buildings are traditional Devon longhouses or barns, with cob or rubble/stone walls, and thatched or slate roofs.
While collating this information and creating the map discrepancies in the descriptions of two properties were discovered and this information past on to Historic England who reviewed and updated the listing information of several properties in the parish which have been detailed on our Amendments to Listed Building Records page.
Use the map (below) and its following list of buildings to find out more information (the links will take you to the Historic England web site). Note that you will need to zoom in so see individual properties in both East and West Worlington.
Listed Grade I
Listed Grade II*
Listed Grade II
- Range of Houses immediately to north east of Affeton Castle
- Beech Cottage
- Church Cottage, Middle Cottage and Lower Cottage
- Cuddenhay Farmhouse
- Deneridge Farmhouse
- Down Cottage
- Stables directly adjacent to north of East Worlington House
- East Worlington Parish Hall
- East Worlington War Memorial
- Edgelake Bridge Spanning the Little Dart River At SS 77386 13404
- Edgelake Cottage
- Grove House
- Halse Farmhouse
- Range of Farmbuildings directly to rear of Halse Farmhouse
- Higher Blagrove Farmhouse
- Horseford Farmhouse
- Knights Cottage
- Mill Town including adjoining outbuildings
- Moor End Cottage
- Oak Ash and Thorn including a raised pavement in front
- The Old Poor House
- Pedley Barton
- The Post Office
- Church of St Mary (East Worlington)
- Rackleigh Farmhouse
- Riverview Cottage
- Rushton Farmhouse
- School House (East Worlington)
- Sharon Methodist Chapel at Thornham Chapel Cross
- Stone Farmhouse
- Town Farmhouse
Scheduled Ancient Monuments
Information obtained from a search for East Worlington on the Historic England web site (historicengland.org.uk) – a similar list can be found on the Listed Buildings for East Worlington web site.