Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1142409

Date first listed: 12-Oct-1984

Statutory Address: WHITE LODGE


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Statutory Address: WHITE LODGE

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

District: Cornwall (Unitary Authority)

Parish: St. Gennys

National Grid Reference: SX 15570 96745


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House. Circa late C17 or early C18 with late C19 or early C20 addition. Whitewashed stone and cob with some external plaster. Steeply-pitched slate roof. C17/C18 range, one room deep with internal chimney stacks to east and west gable ends. Stone and cob outshut to rear with catslide roof and rounded corner, partly heightened in late C19 or C20 into 2-storey, 2-window wing under double-span hipped roof. South front elevation: 2-storey, 2 windows. Upper windows renewed casements with glazing bars and slate sills, ground floor 2 similar windows. Slate-roof stone and cob enclosed porch with off-centre outer door. East gable-end elevation on road corner has one-light, 12-pane casement to ground floor left; tall, narrow, 6-pane casement to upper floor. 4 visible pigeon holes with slate sills on upper east gable end above projecting oven. Interior has think roughly-hewn, closely- spaced ceiling beams and cambered fireplace beam at east end. Described in 1846 as formerly "two cot houses and 3 gardens known by the name of New House of the Dyehouse Park being in the outer part of Broadways". Source: R Parnall, Wreckers and Wrestlers. A History of St Gennys Parish (1973)

Listing NGR: SX1557096745


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Legacy System number: 67237

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Books and journals
Parnall, R , Wreckers and Wrestlers A History of St Gennys Parish, (1973)

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