CHITTLEHAMHOLT

exeter inn church alter typicasl property

 

MAP OF AREA
GENUKI CHITTLEHAMHOLT
STREET MAP
BIRDS EYE VIEW
THE EXETER INN
NORTH DEVON GALLERY
NORTH DEVON EVENTS

Chittlehamholt, originally a clearing in the wood, became a logging station to which the people of Chittlehampton came to cut timber, and eventually grew into a separate hamlet. Throughout the Middle Ages and up to the reign of Henry VIII, it was a park belonging to the earls of Devon, and until 1885 it was a part of Chittlehampton known as the South Quarter of the village; the name appears in old parish records as Chittlehamholt.

GOOGLE STREET VIEW - ENTERING THE VILLAGE

 

Chittlehamholt
This is more than a chocolate box cottage, it actually exists; although you'll think that you're in 7th heaven

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