The rear courtyard of 38 North Street

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The rear courtyard of 38 North Street

Prior to its demolition in 1972 this house retained a classic example of the gallery- and- back-block arrangement, distinctive of the towns of south-west England. To the left is the main house, to the right the kitchen, and to the front of the view the timber-framed gallery which joined the two across a narrow courtyard.

Acknowledgments: Exeter Archaeology