Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1158854

Date first listed: 22-Jun-1987

Statutory Address: 4, HALLIGGYE


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Statutory Address: 4, HALLIGGYE

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

District: Cornwall (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Mawgan-in-Meneage

National Grid Reference: SW 71353 23903


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4/132 No. 4, Halliggye


House. Circa early C18 but possibly a remodelling of an earlier house, rear wing added probably later C18 and outshut of wing probably added circa late C18 when rear wing extended with another house (No. 3 qv.). Serpentine and elvan rubble, cob to 1st floor of front and front painted, slate sills, wooden lintels. Wheat reed thatched roof with brick chimney over large outbuilt rubble stack at either end. Plan uncertain because interior not inspected. The right hand gable end and part of the front wall are older and may survive from a pre 1700 house. It now appears to be a 3-room plan with the entrance to left of centre and a small unheated room to the right of centre (probably a remodelling of the original plan); the left hand room is probably the original C18 kitchen with an almost full depth external stack and the right hand stack the original parlour with a smaller stack. In the mid to late C18 a short wing was added at right angles to the rear of the centre: the plan of the front may have been altered then (evidence of blocked and altered openings to the front wall, right and rebuilt in stone left of doorway.) In the late C18 this was extended with a small house with integral outshut (No. 3 qv) and at the same time an outshut was added on the right hand side of the wing. Two storeys. 3 window south front with irregularly disposed openings and much evidence of old alterations. The doorway is left of middle with panelled door later glazed to top panels. Small window for unheated room, right of doorway, with 2-light casement. Larger 2-light casement over and slightly to the right and similar window in circa C18 rebuilt stone walling left of doorway; the 1st floor left and right window openings heightened to insert C20 windows; the ground floor right hand window opening probably cut in the late C18, now with C20 window and there is what appears to be a blocked opening left of this window. The rear wing left hand (east) wall possibly a fire window. The rear wing left hand (east) wall has ground floor doorway, with joint of earlier probably window opening left, and 2-light casement over. Interior not accessible at the time of survey; if it had been the dating and plan development might have been better understood.

Listing NGR: SW7137223912


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