COACH HOUSE, STABLES AND GATE PIERS ABOUT 50 METRES NORTH OF GLYNN HOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1138173
Date first listed:
15-Apr-1988
Statutory Address:
COACH HOUSE, STABLES AND GATE PIERS ABOUT 50 METRES NORTH OF GLYNN HOUSE

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Location

Statutory Address:
COACH HOUSE, STABLES AND GATE PIERS ABOUT 50 METRES NORTH OF GLYNN HOUSE

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

District:
Cornwall (Unitary Authority)
Parish:
Cardinham
National Grid Reference:
SX 11342 65012

Details

CARDINHAM SX 16 NW 6/12 Coach house, stables and gate piers - about 50 metres north of Glynn House

GV II

Coach house, stables and gate piers. Mid-late C18, with C20 alterations. Coursed greenstone rubble with granite and brick dressings. Slate roof with ridge tiles. The main coach house range has a gable end stack to right with brick shaft. The building to south east has a hipped roof. Plan: The buildings are arranged around a stable yard, with the entrance to east, where there are 2 gate piers. The main range is to north, with central coach house and stables to each side, a heated room at the right end, possibly for groom's accommodation. There is a small building to south east, which was probably originally a tack room with loft over. Exterior: The north range is 2-storey, a symmetrical front with the central 3 bays broken forward ; ground floor has central coach entrance with elliptical brick arch and granite keystone. Blind pointed arched window to right and left with brick arches and granite keystones. The first floor has central loading door with flat brick arch. To each side a 2-light casement with ogee arched lights, leaded glazing and flat brick arch. The two bays set back to left are much rebuilt in C20, with one pointed arched window remaining at ground floor, 2 ventilation openings above. The 2 bays set back to right are 2-storey, and symmetrical, with 2 pointed arched doorways at ground floor with granite keystones, C20 doors with pointed fanlights. Over each doorway a rectangular ventilator with granite jambs and slate key. First floor has 2 similar 2-light casements with ogee lights. Straight joint to right to a single storey and loft lean-to, with blind pointed arched window at ground floor with brick arch and granite keystone, similar ventilator over. The tack room building is 2-storey ; the north front has central door, late C18 12- pane sash to right and left. First floor central C20 loading doors. Right side has C20 window at ground floor. Left side has C20 door. Short wall attached to left, with pair of square plan granite piers, about 1½ metres high. These form the entrance gateway. Interior: Not inspected.

Listing NGR: SX1134265012

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
67501
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

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

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