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TREVEAGUE FARMHOUSE

List Entry Summary

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

Name: TREVEAGUE FARMHOUSE

List entry Number: 1137502

Location

TREVEAGUE FARMHOUSE

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

County:

District: Cornwall

District Type: Unitary Authority

Parish: St. Goran

National Park: Not applicable to this List entry.

Grade: II

Date first listed: 15-Nov-1988

Date of most recent amendment: Not applicable to this List entry.

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Legacy System: LBS

UID: 71582

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List entry Description

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History

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Details

ST GORAN SW 94 SE 5/84 Treveague Farmhouse - II

Farmhouse. Circa early-mid C17; remodelled circa 1700, with alterations and additions of C19 and few later alterations. Painted slatestone rubble; partly rendered. Hipped slate roof with ridge tiles. Stacks to right and left ends and axial stack with brick shafts. The rear addition and the scullery have slurried scantle slate roofs with ridge tiles. Plan: 3-room plan, possibly originally with a through passage. The lower end room is to left, heated from an end stack. The passage is to right, and the hall, heated from an axial stack with the fireplace at the right side of the room. The upper end room is to right, heated from an end stack. Circa 1700, a stair tower was added at the rear of the passage. There are two later outshuts, to the rear of the hall and to the rear of the upper end room; to the front of the upper end room there is a single storey scullery/dairy addition. It is probable that the upper end room, to right, is an addition, probably of the C18; the axial hall stack would originally have been at the end of the house. Exterior: 2 storeys, asymmetrical 4-window front with two further windows to right in the upper end. The main range has late C19 gabled porch with 2-light casements with round-arched lights; door at the right side. To left there is a C19 French window and 4-pane sash. At first floor to left an C18 12-pane sash in exposed box and three C19 4-pane sashes. There are paired sashes at ground floor to right. To end right there is the single storey scullery/dairy, with scantle slate roof and window opening on the inner side; the outer side has a brick stack, 4-pane sash and C20 door. To end right there are two late C19 6-pane sashes at first floor and one larger C19 6-pane sash at ground floor with cambered brick arches. Te left end is rendered, with large external stack with C19 brick shaft with cornice. The right end has C19 6-pane sash at first floor to right. At the rear, there is a C19 2-light 3- pane casement at first floor to left. The stair tower has hipped roof with late C19 margin-glazed sash at ground floor and C29 2-light 3-pane casement at first floor. To left there is an outshut of single storey with loft with 2-light casement at gound floor and 4-light window with lapped glazing to the loft; C20 window to right. There is a lower lean-to to left with C19 12-pane sash; the end room has C19 12-pane sash with cambered brick arch at ground floor. Interior: The main entrance leads to a passage with the stair tower at the rear; there is a dog-leg stair, and the upper flight retains turned balusters and a moulded handrail. There is an upper flight leading to the attic, with an early C18 3- panelled door. The roof space has C19 trusses. At ground floor, there are stone floors throughout and moulded ceiling beams, probably of C18. The hall has fireplace with wooden lintel, cloam oven to right with domed stone interior; there are two later inserted ovens in the fireplace. The scullery addition to front right had trough and waterpump and and a boiling copper; slate floor. At first floor, the room to front right has early C18 bolection-moulded chimneypiece with pulvinated frieze and moulded mantel; C19 grate. 2-panelled doors at first floor.

Listing NGR: SX0032041081

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National Grid Reference: SX 00320 41081

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