TREDINNICK FARMHOUSE ADJOINING WALLS TO NORTH AND WEST AND MOUNTING BLOCK

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1141040

Date first listed: 27-Nov-1985

Statutory Address: TREDINNICK FARMHOUSE ADJOINING WALLS TO NORTH AND WEST AND MOUNTING BLOCK

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Location

Statutory Address: TREDINNICK FARMHOUSE ADJOINING WALLS TO NORTH AND WEST AND MOUNTING BLOCK

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

District: Cornwall (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Veryan

National Grid Reference: SW 92876 42795

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Details

SW 94 SW VERYAN

5/118 Tredinnick Farmhouse, - adjoining walls to north and west and mounting block - II

Farmhouse, garden and courtyard walls with adjoining piggery and mounting block. House C17 remodelled early C18 and C19. U-shaped plan plus stair turret and adjoining outshut within courtyard. Irregular 4 window west front has window, door window, window to ground floor each with window over. Small open porch has low pitched gable. Several straight joints indicate openings altered, probably C19. Shallow brick arches over ground floor left and right windows. Large pane windows inserted to front circa 1960 replace small paned sashes. Large external stack to left gable end. Stone projection to rear may be earlier stair turret or lateral stack. Window with leaded glazing was removed from north-east wing a few years before survey. Dove holes in south wall. Interior has early C18 dogleg stair with turned balusters over closed string and bread oven in north-east wing. 2 panel doors to first floor rooms. Granite coped rubble garden wall to west is swept up to form gate piers. Early - mid C19 gate. Adjoining rubble mounting block with 5 steps to south-west corner. Building to north side of rubble walled and cobbled north courtyard has small windows and very low doorways.

Listing NGR: SW9287642795

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 62944

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