This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SS9745 CHURCH STREET, Alcombe 900-1/4/131 (East side) 28/10/76 The Old Presbytery, Corner Cottage and rear walls to The Old Presbytery (Formerly Listed as: CHURCH STREET, Alcombe (East side) St Austell House, The Old Presbytery, Corner Cottage and Manoah)
2 cottages, probably formerly one older house. C18 with early C19 alteration and fenestration. Painted render over rubblestone, crested plain tile roof with exposed rafter ends, hipped with a gablet to the right, brick stacks to gable ends, left front slope and right eaves. Double-depth plan. 2 storeys; 4-window range. Corner Cottage occupies the range to the right with entrances to the front and right return. C20 two-light casement windows. The Presbytery is a virtually symmetrical 3-window range to Church Street with a tiled lean-to porch to the centre. 2-light casement windows to first floor, C19 two-light casement window to left of front door and a C20 window to the right. The rear is 3 storeys with three 3/6-pane sash windows to the second floor, 6/6-pane sashes to the first floor over a C19 tall 3-light window of 4 vertical panes to each leaf below to the right. INTERIOR: a through passage and a studded wall to the left of it (now covered) indicate that this was probably formerly a 3-unit-plan house. The C19 three-light window to the ground floor has panelled shutters; a C18 staircase with fretted ends and traces of former stick balusters remain. SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: attached high rubblestone walls approx 40m long to each side of the tapered rear garden terminate at a rubblestone outhouse approx 3m x 3.5m.
Listing NGR: SS9763545127
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Photographer: Rayner, R.M
Rights Holder: Rayner, R.M
Render, Rubble, Tile, Stuart House, Georgian Monument <By Form>, Domestic, Dwelling, Wall, Barrier