Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1137113

Date first listed: 30-Apr-1985



Ordnance survey map of CHURCH TOWN FARMHOUSE
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The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Cornwall (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Lanteglos

National Grid Reference: SX 14519 51460


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8/52 Church Town Farmhouse -


Farmhouse, datestone 1659 in upper room Wing continuing elevation to east probably mid-C18 remodelled in circa mid-C19. Rubblestone with timber lintels to all openings. Slate roof with gable ends. Left-hand side slightly lower than right. Brick stacks on left-hand gable end and at junction of 2 ranges. C17 range originally 3 rooms with cross passage. Remodelled, possibly in mid C19 to form large room on left, removing cross passage, and retaining dairy on right. Main entrance in C18 range at left (east). Outshut to rear of C17 range. Farmbuilding adjoining on right hand gable end (qv). 2 storeys with attic in C17 range. Ground rises to rear. Symmetrical 2 window front to C18 range (left) with scattered fenestration in longer C17 range (right). C18 range with central panelled door. Windows tripartite sash with glazing bars to right and left with ovolo moulded timber lintels with scroll stops possibly C19. Similar windows above. Right-hand C17 range, slightly extended on right-hand side. Ground floor: left-hand tripartite sash window with ovolo moulded lintel with scroll stops, possibly restored. In centre blocked entrance 16-pane timber sash with moulded ovolo lintel. Right-hand window to dairy. 4 sash windows on first floor with 3 to right with ovolo moulded lintels. Above in attic, small 2-light timber ovolo moulded mullion window. To rear of C18 range mid-C19 stair window with margin glazing bars. Interior: large fireplace on left-hand gable end of C17 range with ovolo moulded timber lintel with scroll stops. Cloam oven with iron door. Chamfered ceiling beams with plain stops. Late C19 scissor brace roof with earlier wall plate surviving. Churchtown was probably the demesne of the manor of Lanteglos during the 17th century. N A Ackland and R M Druce 1978. Lanteglos-by-Fowey with Polruan and Bodinnick, the Story of a Parish

Listing NGR: SX1451551459


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Legacy System number: 60554

Legacy System: LBS


Books and journals
Ackland, , Druce, , Lanteglos by Fowey with Polruan and Bodinnick The Story of a Parish, (1978)

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