The buildings date from 1539 and are similar to farm buildings of the period.
Description of Tudor Rose cottage:
Believed to date back to the days of King Henry VIII, this Grade II listed, two bedroom cottage forms part of a terrace of possibly the oldest properties in Dawlish. The cottage has uneven floors and walls with exposed timbers, a wooden curved staircase, and feature stone fireplaces.
In the hall are exposed timbers and stone flooring. In the living room the oak beams to the ceiling are believed to be former ship timbers and one wall has a fine oak muntin screen. There is oak panelling on one wall, exposed floorboards, a feature stone fireplace with a wooden lintel, natural wood latch doors to large storage cupboard.
From the living room a
door leads to a wooden curved staircase, with small window and exposed
beams, which rises to a small landing area with natural wood latch door
to the main bedroom with exposed floorboards, part sloping ceilings and
some exposed beams, a stone fireplace with wooden lintel, metal frame
multi-paned window to the front and natural wood latch door to a second