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Buckland Filleigh House, viewed from north-east. As rebuilt <i>circa</i> 1810 by John Inglett Fortescue (1758–1841). St Mary's Parish Church is to the immediate east (left)
Buckland Filleigh House, viewed from north-east. As rebuilt circa 1810 by John Inglett Fortescue (1758–1841). St Mary's Parish Church is to the immediate east (left)

Buckland Filleigh is a village, civil parish and former manor in the Torridge district of North Devon, England, situated about 8 miles south of the town of Great Torrington. According to the 2001 census, the parish had a population of 170. It is surrounded clockwise from the north by the parishes of Peters Marland, Petrockstowe, Highampton, Sheepwash and Shebbear.[1]

Within the parish is the manor house known as Buckland House, damaged by fire in 1798 and rebuilt in 1810 in the neo-classical style by John Inglett Fortescue (1758–1841) to the designs of the architect James Green.

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