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Statutory Address:

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

Cornwall (Unitary Authority)
St. Teath
National Grid Reference:
SX 06534 80606


ST TEATH FORE STREET, St Teath SX 0680 - 0780 7/162 Greystones - II

House, converted to public house and house in circa early C19 and back into private house in circa mid C20. Stone rubble with dressed quoins. Possibly rebuilt on front elevation with timber frame and slate hung with large irregular rag slates. Rear elevation, partly timber frame above first floor level. Asbestos slate roof with gable end on left and hipped end on right. Brick end stack on left, rendered projecting end stack on right and projecting stone rubble rear lateral hall stack with brick shaft. Plan: original plan probably of 3 rooms with through passage; the inner room and lower end heated by end stacks and the hall, to left of centre, heated by a rear lateral stack. House partly remodelled in early C18 when the lower end may have become a parlour. The passage has been widened, probably in the early C19 or earlier with a stair on the right hand side of the passage comprising probably C18 and C19 reworked joinery. Back kitchen or bake house added to rear right in circa early C19, the cloam oven surviving in the reduced rubble walls to rear. Datestone on rear lateral stack 'I B B 1805' (Bunt family) suggesting that the stack was rebuilt in early C19, possibly contemporary with the rebuilding of the front wall, and rear wall above first floor level. Exterior: 2 storeys. Regular 4-window front with large irregular Delabole slate hanging. Window frames renewed in late C20 with 6-pane sashes. C20 door to left, 2 sash windows, C20 plank door and sash to right. The entrance porch to right of centre has 2 tapered granite columns, possibly of the C17 with moulded bases. Porch roof renewed in late C20 with flat top. 4 sashes on first floor. Interior: passage widened with circa C19 reworked stair; thin stick balusters and square newel to lower stage with deep moulded rail. Thicker circa C18 stick balusters above. Right hand room has bolection moulded chimney-piece with later circa C18 mantleshelf and C20 grate. C18 2-panel doors. Roof not inspected.

Listing NGR: SX0653480606


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

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Date: 21 Jun 2001
Reference: IOE01/04330/07
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