Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1146466

Date first listed: 13-Jan-1988



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District: Cornwall (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Camelford

National Grid Reference: SX0964482197


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CAMELFORD TREMAGENNA SX 08 SE 4/84 Tremagenna Farmhouse - GV II

Farmhouse now private house. Circa late C16 or early C17 extended in early C19. Stone rubble, partly rendered on left. Rag slate roof with gable ends and rag slate roof with gable ends to parallel range on rear. Stone rubble end stacks to front range and brick end stacks to rear range. Plan: Plan altered and original arrangement is uncertain. Possibly originally of 2 or 3 room with cross or through passage. The right hand room, lit by a 3-light mullion window, is heated by an end stack which has a cloam oven. The left hand room has a smaller fireplace in the end wall with an unmoulded granite lintel. The passage could have been to the right of centre because there is a blocked door at the back in this position and the front entrance may originally have been opposite. Either the left hand room was very large and the fireplace altered or this end was originally divided into 2 rooms; the central room was either an unheated service room or it may have been the hall, its stack having been removed. In circa early C19 a further range of 2 room plan with central entrance was added across the rear of the earlier house; and the house was reorientated and remodelled. The 2 later front rooms, heated by end stacks, becoming the reception rooms and the rear earlier ground floor rooms were used as service rooms. 2 storeys. Circa C17 range has an asymmetrical 2 window front with a single storey C20 stone rubble extension with slate roof and asymmetrical gable end to left of centre. C20 2-light casement to left and circa late C16 or early C17 3-light mullion window with hollow chamfered mullions and hood mould to right. C20 slate hung porch. First floor has 2 C20 2-light casements. Early C19 range has a 3-window front with central C20 door, two 2-light casements and 3 4-pane sashes above. Granite lintels to ground floor openings and C20 extension on left. Interior : Circa C17 range has a large granite fireplace heated by right hand stack with chamfered lintel and jambs and a cloam oven. Circa C18 granite fireplace heated by left hand stack with unmoulded lintel. Ceiling beams replaced in C20 in right hand room.

Listing NGR: SX0964482197


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Legacy System number: 68528

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