Lyndale Cottage

19 Jul 2002
Lyndale Cottage, Fore Street, Maker With Rame, Caradon, Cornwall, PL10 1NA
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This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.

SX 45 SW MAKER-WITH-RAME FORE STREET (east side), Kingsand

9/118 Lyndale Cottage


House. Early C17, remodelled circa 1750, with later alterations. Rendered rubble, asbestos slate roof with gable end stack to left, stack removed from right gable end. Originally through passage plan with room to left and right, stair to rear of passage, with 2-storey rear service wing to left, probably of later C17. The partition walls to the passage have been removed.

2 storeys and attic, ground floor has 4 pane sash to right and left, the window to left was formerly a doorway with 6-pane sash with segmental head inserted. C20 door off-centre to right. First floor has two 4-pane sashes, central 2-light raking dormer. Right side has battered wall.

Interior: Entrance to inverted porch with fielded panelling and half-glazed inner door. Room to front left has C20 fireplace with cupboards to right and left with fielded panelled doors and H-hinges. Room to right has a fine chimneypiece, with moulded architrave, torus moulding to frieze, 2 tiers of fretwork below moulded mantel. This is in similar style to chimneypiece at Seaward, Garrett Street, Cawsand (q.v.). To right and left, fine cupboards with segmental heads, foliage in fretwork, shaped shelves and panelled lower doors. Newel stair in circular stair tower to rear of passage, small stair light, originally unglazed, with chamfered triangular head. At first floor, 2-panelled doors to front rooms. Room to left has panelled cupboards and chimneypiece with moulded architrave and mantel. Room to right has eared architrave to chimneypiece with Greek key freize below moulded mantel. At 2nd floor, 5-bay roof with chamfered and crossed principal rafters, side-pegged collars with very pronounced camber, 2 rows of through purlins. Roof ceiled just below apex of trusses. In the rear wing at first floor, 3-bay roof, feet of principals only visible. Door with battens and strap hinges.

Listing NGR: SX4341950498


This is part of the Series: IOE01/2263 IOE Records taken by Nelson Worcester; within the Collection: IOE01 Images Of England


© Mr Nelson Worcester. Source: Historic England Archive

This photograph was taken for the Images of England project

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Photographer: Worcester, Nelson

Rights Holder: Worcester, Nelson


Asbestos, Render, Rubble, Timber, Tudor House, Elizabethan Monument (By Form), Stuart Domestic, Jacobean Dwelling, Service Wing