Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1137256

Date first listed: 12-Oct-1984

Statutory Address: TREWORGIE BARTON


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Statutory Address: TREWORGIE BARTON

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

District: Cornwall (Unitary Authority)

Parish: St. Gennys

National Grid Reference: SX 17800 96844


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ST GENNYS SX 19 NE 5/34 Treworgie Barton


Farmhouse. Late C16/C17 with circa C19 and C20 additions at rear. Rendered cob and whitewashed slatestone rubble. Range originally 1 room deep with stacks at gable ends and massive projecting lateral stack, now enclosed by later addition south front 2 storey. 4 window range with off-centre porch. Ground floor casements left and centre renewed with glazing bars, that to the left has granite lintel with date 1586 and initials B.M. for Benet Mill (q.v. tomb chest in Churchyard) reset datestone to left of window with date 1648 and initials W.B. for William Braddon (q.v. monument in Church). Ground floor window right sash with glazing bars. Upper storey windows 4 similar sashes. Rear outshut under catslide roof heightened into 2 flat-roofed dormers at rear west and east. Further outshut addition at west gable end. East gable end stack has flat-arched chamfered granite fireplace, probably reset. Lateral stack, now internal, with graniteset-offs and projecting oven, fireplace blocked. Domesday manor, ruins of earlier burnt manor house said to be in field to south of house. Duchy archive records a 'fair hall open to the roof and wainscoted half way with a parlour and one kitchen' in 1650. R Parnall, Wreckers and Wrestlers. A History of St Gennys Parish (1973)

Listing NGR: SX1780096844


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Legacy System number: 67221

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Books and journals
Parnall, R , Wreckers and Wrestlers A History of St Gennys Parish, (1973)

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