TREWITHICK WITH ATTACHED FRONT GARDEN WALL

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1142761
Date first listed:
23-Nov-1988
Statutory Address:
TREWITHICK WITH ATTACHED FRONT GARDEN WALL

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Location

Statutory Address:
TREWITHICK WITH ATTACHED FRONT GARDEN WALL

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

District:
Cornwall (Unitary Authority)
Parish:
Laneast
National Grid Reference:
SX 23578 86549

Details

LANEAST BADGALL SX 28 NW 2/156 Trewithick with attached front - garden wall

GV II

House with attached front garden wall. Circa late C18 - early C19; later C19 alterations and C20 alterations. Slatestone rubble, partly slate-hung and partly rendered. Slate roofs with ridge tiles and gable ends. The original house has gable end stack to left with rubble shaft and gable end stack to right with rubble and brick shaft. Plan: Small 2-room plan with central entrance, each room heated from a gable end stack. There is a single storey unheated lean-to at the left end and a single storey outhouse to rear left, of C19. Probably in C19, a small barn was added at the right end, with a small single storey lean-to at the right end of the barn. In C20, the barn was rebuilt as a one-room plan wing of the house. The front wall encloses a small garden at the front of the original house. Exterior: 2 storeys, a nearly symmetrical 2 window front, slate-hung with rag slates. Central C19 wooden gabled porch with plank door. Late C19 6-pane sash to left and C19 3-light 2-pane casement to right. First floor has C19 2-light 6-pane casement to right and left. Attached to right is the former barn of 2 storeys, now with a symmetrical 2-window front, the upper level slate-hung; two 2-light C20 casements at ground and first floor. Attached at the right end is a small stone rubble lean-to with slate roof and E VII letterbox in the front wall. The left end is blind. The right end has doorway to the lean-to; rendered above. At the rear, the original house has small single C20 light at first floor to centre and ground floor to right, with slate cills. The outhouse to right has C20 door and C20 10-pane window. The rear of the former barn has door and 2-light casement at ground floor, two 2-light casements at first floor. The front garden wall is in slatestone rubble with slate and quartz capping to the front sections. The wall is ramped up to each side of the house; in the front range there is a central pair of granite monolith piers with shaped necking and ball finials. Interior: Not inspected.

Listing NGR: SX2357886549

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
68366
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

End of official listing

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Date: 15 Sep 2004
Reference: IOE01/13305/12
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Stuart Brighton. Source Historic England Archive
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