ROSELAND HOUSE AND GARDEN WALL TO WEST AND NORTH. RAILING TO WEST

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1136708

Date first listed: 26-Nov-1985

Statutory Address: ROSELAND HOUSE AND GARDEN WALL TO WEST AND NORTH. RAILING TO WEST

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Location

Statutory Address: ROSELAND HOUSE AND GARDEN WALL TO WEST AND NORTH. RAILING TO WEST

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Cornwall (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Menheniot

National Grid Reference: SX 27578 63153

Summary

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History

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Details

SX 26 SE MENHENIOT

11/119 Roseland House and garden wall to west and north. Railing to west

II

House and garden wall with railings. House, circa 1780. Rubblestone with cut stone arches to all openings. Slate roof with hipped ends. Rubblestone slate-hung stacks on slope of hips. 2 rooms deep with central hall and staircase at rear of cross passage. 2 storeys, symmetrical 5 window front comprising central 3 window range flanked by 2 storey lean-to wings in same plane continued under slope of hipped roof. Ground floor, 2 tripartite sashes, without horns, flanking round cut stone arch to entrance. 6 panelled door with fanlight with radiating glazing bars above. First floor, three 12-pane sashes without horns with delicate wrought iron balconies. Flanking wings with 2-light casements with glazing bars to left hand window, 16-pane sashes above. Staircase with ramped curved rail. Closed string. Low rubblestone wall to front (west) with wrought iron railings with uprights decorated with finials and main verticals surmounted by lanterns. Wrought iron gate. Rubblestone wall continues to north at raised height. Engraved slate tablet resited in wall; 'Captn Lapenotiere's wall by '. Lower part broken. Lower case with serifs. Home of the Lapenotiere family from before 1805. Lieutenant Lapenotiere, commander of the Pickle Schooner brought the news of the victory at Trafalgar to the Admiralty via Falmouth. A sugar sifter presented by King George III to Lapenotiere is now part of the Liskeard plate. The Times November 7, 1805

Listing NGR: SX2757863153

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Legacy System number: 61283

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Sources

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'The Times' in 7 November, (1805)

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