COTTAGE AT APPROXIMATELY 20 METRES NORTHWEST OF GRETA FURSNEWTH FARMHOUSE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1140468

Date first listed: 02-Feb-1989

Statutory Address: COTTAGE AT APPROXIMATELY 20 METRES NORTHWEST OF GRETA FURSNEWTH FARMHOUSE, GREAT FURSNEWTH

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Location

Statutory Address: COTTAGE AT APPROXIMATELY 20 METRES NORTHWEST OF GRETA FURSNEWTH FARMHOUSE, GREAT FURSNEWTH

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

District: Cornwall (Unitary Authority)

Parish: St. Cleer

National Grid Reference: SX2246867491

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Details

SX 26 NW 10/163

ST CLEER GREAT FURSNEWTH Cottage at approx 20 metres northwest of Great Fursnewth Farmhouse

GV II

Service cottage to Great Fursnewth Farmhouse. Circa mid to late C19 incorporating C17 or earlier features probably from former house at Great Fursnewth. Slatestone rubble and C17 granite dressings. Slate-hanging at the front and left-hand gable end. Scantle slate on the front of the roof, rag slate at the rear. Outbuilt rubble stacks at the gable ends at left and right.

Plan: Originally 2 rooms (now 1 room) on the ground floor with fireplace in each room and a semi-circular-on-plan oven added clasping rear corner of right-hand chimney breast. L-plan stair with access from left-hand room against rear wall.

Exterior: 2 storeys. Narrow but tall symmetrical 2-window south front with central doorway. Chamfered granite doorway with straight cut stops and segmental head (possibly reduced). Chamfered mullioned windows. 3-light windows to ground floor, 2-light windows above. Victorian V-jointed door, 3-pane wooden casements, probably also Victorian.

Rear has 2 small first floor windows.

Interior: Simple interior with exposed joists and floorboards. Part of C17 probable lintel or jambstone reused as lintel over right-hand fireplace. even blocked. Slate floor.

Interesting small house design enhanced by the skilful reuse of C17 features.



Listing NGR: SX2246867491

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Legacy System number: 62303

Legacy System: LBS

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