Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1142932

Date first listed: 11-Jan-1989

Statutory Address: WEBWORTHY


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Statutory Address: WEBWORTHY

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District: Cornwall (Unitary Authority)

Parish: North Petherwin

National Grid Reference: SX 26024 92472


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NORTH PETHERWIN SX 29 SE 4/80 Webworthy - II

House now farmhouse. Circa early C17, possibly with earlier origins. Rendered probably stone rubble with ashlar quoins with granite dressings. Asbestos slate and slate roofs with gable ends. Projecting front lateral hall stack and rendered axial stack. Rendered end stacks. Plan: Original plan uncertain. The house is of overall 'L' shaped plan with entrance to left of centre and ground sloping down to left. Hall heated by front lateral hall stack; inner room to right heated by axial stack and cross wing at lower end on left, projecting to rear only heated by end stacks. The service cross wing apears to have been remodelled in the mid C19 to form a new main elevation with central entrance flanked by 2 rooms. Circa C18 or C19 service outshut extended across rear of main range. It is possible that the house may originally have been larger, possibly having a cross wing above the hall to form either an overall 'U' shaped plan or even an 'H' shaped plan. Exterior: 2 storeys. Ground sloping down to left. Asymmetrical 4-window front. The C20 ground floor windows in earlier openings and entrance to left of centre. Gable end to front on right and left and moulded string to first floor on left. Projecting front lateral hall stack with entrance to left; C20 door in granite surround, the jambs roll moulded and the lintel chamfered; 3-light mullion hall window to right and granite surrounds to probably 2-light mullion windows with hood moulds to far right. First floor has brick segmental arches to the 3 opening which formerly contained sashes and 2-light mullion window to right with hood mould. The left hand side elevation was probably remodelled or rebuilt in the mid C19 with a regular 3-window front. C20 door flanked by two C20 P.V.C. windows on ground floor and 3 above. Interior: Not accessible at time of survey (1987). The interior features appear to have been largely covered over in the C19 and late C20. The owner states that the roof structure retains its original trusses and that there is evidence that there was a cross wing extending to the front on the higher side of the hall.

Listing NGR: SX2602492472


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Legacy System number: 67976

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