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PERRANZABULOE ROSE-IN-VALE SW 75 SW 4/105 Rose-in-Vale Country Club (formerely listed as Rose-in-Vale 30.5.67 Motel) GV II*

Small country house. Circa late C18, incorporating earlier C18 or older range as service wing. Extended in the C20. Elvan ashlar, some stucco. Rear wing is of rubble and cob construction. Dry Delabole slate hipped roof with wooden modillioned eaves cornice (front and on the left) with stuccoed parapet over the front. Brick lateral stacks over the rear walls of the front rooms. Plan: Overall irregular L-shaped plan. 2 reception rooms at the front flanking a central entrance hall leading to large stair hall (under 2 hipped roofs) at rear middle and left. On the left of the left-hand room is a 2 storey canted bay (under a polygonal roof) possibly a circa early C19 addition. At right angles behind the right-hand side is a deep wing, presumably the original house or part of the original house. C20 extensions on the right of the front and on the left and rear of the rear wing. Exterior: 2 storeys. Symmetrical 4-window south front with central round-headed doorway. Original or early C19 door and windows. 6-panel door with fanlight and original wooden Doric porch with entablature over the columns. 12-pane hornless sashes with much crown glass. Ground floor openings are spanned by flat arches. C20 1-window front addition on the right. Similar old windows to left-hand wall including stair window (left) with fanlight head and some coloured glass added circa late C19. Interior: Late C18 part of house has most of its original features including open- well stair with ramped handrail end stick balusters with moulded plinths. C18 back stair (into rear wing to lower first floor level); moulded plaster ceilings; moulded chair rails and original or early C19 6-panel doors within original architraves with plinths. C19 marble chimney-piece in left-hand room.

Listing NGR: SW7467750674


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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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Date: 09 Sep 2002
Reference: IOE01/08951/07
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Geoffrey K. Ward. Source Historic England Archive
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