Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1140339

Date first listed: 30-Apr-1985

Statutory Address: HALL FARMHOUSE


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Statutory Address: HALL FARMHOUSE

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 13318 52186


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8/74 Hall Farmhouse -

- II Manor house, now farmhouse. C17 and possibly earlier origins. Circa C18 projecting wing to south and rear wing circa nlid-C19 with catslide roof on north. Rubblestone, partly rendered with large stone stack on right-hand gable end of slate roof. Hipped on left. South wing has scantle slate roof at slightly lower level. Half- hipped at end with brick axial stack. Single depth plan extended to form L-shape with added outshut in angle. Projecting south wing to front. 2 storeys, regular 3 window south front. Timber door placed near centre under C20 gabled rendered porch with slate roof. Tripartite C19 timber sash windows to right and left and above. C19 16-pane timber sash above door. South wing projecting from right-hand side, 2 storeys rubblestone. West front with three 2-light timber casements on ground floor and single light casement on first floor. Timber door in hipped end. Interior of house not inspected. House of Fitzwilliam family then passed to Mohuns. Inventory of Ann Mohun, 1608, recorded large house with over 30 rooms. Considerably damaged in Civil War. Domestic chapel (scheduled) now ruined to south. N A Ackland and R M Druce Lanteglos-by-Fowey with Polruan and Bodinnick, 1978

Listing NGR: SX1331852186


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Legacy System number: 60574

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

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