- Bridge Reeve
- Colleton Mills
- Eggesford Station
- King's Nympton
Chulmleigh is a small, hilly town above the Little Dart, long since bypassed by the main road. The large 15th century church of St Mary Magdalen in noted for its splendid rood screen and the 38 carved wooden angels on its roof. Another building of interest in the town is the Barnstaple Inn, dating from 1633.
According to local legend, a medieval Countess of Devon, Isabel, saved the seven children of a pauper at Chulmleigh who was so desperate that he was about to drown them. She brought up the children at her home, Stone Castle, 1 mile east of the town. The castle motte and bailey are still to be seen. About 1 mile west of Chumleigh is Colleton Barton, built in the early 17th century, with a gatehouse which survives from a house built there in the Middle ages.
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