Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1144243

Date first listed: 23-Nov-1984



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District: Cornwall (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Lostwithiel

National Grid Reference: SX 10454 59700


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LOSTWITHIEL QUAY STREET, Lostwithiel SX 15 NW 10/126 Coinage Hall - 23.11.84 GV II

Coinage Hall, now house; formerly the workshop of the Stannary Exchequer. Probably late C13 or C14, with later alterations and C20 conversion to house. Slatestone rubble with granite and Pentewan stone dressings. Asbestos slate roof with gable ends. The building is the remains of a 2-storey range, now reduced to one storey, which probably extended further to the east, to Quay Sreet, but has been truncated by a taller building on the street frontage. The north front has central pointed arched chamfered doorway in Pentewan stone, with C20 double doors; to right, 2 windows with granite cills and tall opening with C20 French window inserted, granite quoins to all openings. To left, 2 tall openings, with the lower part blocked and C20 windows inserted, also with dressed granite masonry between. The tall openings appear to have lost their original heads. Interior Much altered, retains one tie-beam resting on the wall tops to left end, probably re-sited; the left end wall appears to be a later insertion. This building was part of the Duchy Palace group.

Listing NGR: SX1045459700


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