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Holystreet Manor


Holystreet Manor is a grade II listed property located in the Teign Valley near to Chagford within Dartmoor National Park. Holystreet was one of 16 farms listed in the Doomsday survey as part of the Manor of Chagford and Teigncombe, belonging to the Bishop of Coutance. It is also more recently linked with Mary Ellis and her father who was important in the construction of the first car.

The manor is one of a number of buildings within the immediate estate and grounds, including a garage block with a two bedroom flat, a stable block with a three bedroom cottage and further two bedroom flat, all of which have individual historic importance.

n2 was asked to help rationalise the internal layout of the building which had seen many changes of use over the past hundred years. Natural light and the internal space needed much improvement whilst adding some exciting new extensions to maximise the potential of the unique location of the manor.

A south facing garden room, natural pool and pool house and new atrium all add to the manor and n2 were responsible for the planning strategy, conservation advice and architectural design which included early liaison with the local council and parish which helped steer this project through the statutory process and deliver the client's brief.

Other consultants included: 

  • Carpenter Oak Timber Framing

  • Artichoke Bespoke Furniture (Kitchens and Bathrooms

  • Artus – Period Carpenters

  • Conrad Batten Garden Design

  • Mid-Cornwall Landscaping

  • Clear Water Revival (natural pools)

  • Riga Spas

  • Courtstall Tennis Courts


Holystreet, Dartmoor National Park

Key Features:

Grade II listed

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