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

Cornwall (Unitary Authority)
St. Teath
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ST TEATH ST TEATH SX 0680 -0780 7/207 The Vicarage - II

Vicarage. Circa 1821. Extended in circa mid C19. Ashlar stone front elevation with roughly coursed stone rubble to rear. Slate roof with hipped ends to front range, gable end to rear right and hipped end to rear left. Brick end stacks. Plan : Possibly originally of double depth plan, the 2 front reception rooms facing the garden on south west. Entrance to rear of right hand room on south east leading into a corridor. Stall service room or study to rear of right hand room and corridor, stair to rear centre and probably kitchen to rear of left hand room. In circa mid C19 a kitchen wing of 1 room plan, heated by an end stack, was added on the north west, set back on the left. 2 storeys. South west garden front with 2 window symmetrical front. 2 glazed double circa early C20 doors on ground floor, C20 window above to left and 3 over 6 pane sash to right. Set back on left the kitchen wing has dressed stone arches with C20 window on ground floor and hornless sash above. The south east entrance to right has been partly remodelled, originally with a large porch. The 3 granite columns with moulded caps have been reused in the remodelled porch. In the rear elevation 2 granite columns have been reused to form a porch. C19 16-pane and late C19 and early C20 4-pane sashes to rear elevation. Interior : Circa early to mid C19 stair with stick balusters

Listing NGR: SX0635680556


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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: IOE01/04330/02
Rights: © Mr Charles A Perry. Source: Historic England Archive
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