Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1141575

Date first listed: 31-Oct-1988

Statutory Address: CUBERT VICARAGE


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Statutory Address: CUBERT VICARAGE

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District: Cornwall (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Cubert

National Grid Reference: SW 78646 57807


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CUBERT SW 75 NE 2/20 Cubert Vicarage - GV II

Vicarage. C18 origin; enlarged circa 1800, with stable/coach house added in later C19 and C20 alterations. Granite rubble with granite dressings. Partly rendered. Rag slate roof with ridge tiles; hipped over the main range, with axial stack with brick shaft. The range to right is hipped at the front end, with stack with rendered shaft. Plan: The original building is a 3-room plan range to right; this has become a service range at the right side, with the front room projecting to right. Circa 1800, the vicarage was enlarged; an addition was made to left of 2-room plan with entrance hall and stair hall; the 2 rooms are to left, heated from back-to-back fireplaces from the axial stack, with the entrance hall to right, and stair hall to rear right. In C20, the plan of this range has been altered, with a rear lateral corridor at ground and first floor. In the later C19, a tack room, stable and coach house was added to rear right. Exterior: 2 storeys; asymmetrical front with the circa 1800 range to left, a nearly symmetrical 1:1:1 bays, with the central bay advanced, with a hipped roof over:The centre bay has C19 paired 4-pane sashes with margin-glazing, flat arches and keystones at ground floor, first floor similar single sash with flat arch and keystone. The bay to left has C19 4-pane sash with margin-glazing and keystone at ground and first floor. The bay to right has C20 conservatory set in the angle to the front wing to right, with C19 4-panelled inner door with overlight; 4-pane sash with margin-glazing and keystone at first floor. The 2-storey wing to right has two C19 4-pane sashes with margin-glazing and keystones at ground and first floors; the front end has similar sash with brick segmental arch at first floor to right. The left end has similar sash with keystone at ground and first floor. At the right side, there is a single storey lean-to of C19, with slurried slate roof, rendered, with C20 door and 2-light casement. To right, there are four C20 casements at ground floor, first floor has one single light and 4-pane sash with margin-glazing. Attached to right, and projecting to right, is the single storey tack room with loft, with C20 half-glazed door and hipped roof. The stable and coach house projects to right, of single storey; there is a 2-light 8-pane casement, plank door to the stable and C20 double garage doors to the coach house. Blind gable end. At the rear, the main range has 15-pane C19 sash lighting the stair, with round arch with granite surround and keystone. C20 9-pane sash at ground and first floor to right. To left, the tack room projects beyond the line of the main range, with a 6-pane window and plank door. Interior: In the early range, the rear room has a C18 cupboard with glazed door with Gothic glazing bars, of the same design as the cupboard at Ellenglaze Manor (q.v.). The other rooms have been much remodelled in C20, and the stair in the main stair hall is an open-well, with stick balusters, of C19.

Listing NGR: SW7864657807


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Legacy System number: 63668

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