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Cornwall (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SW 65233 28186



SW62NE NEWHAM LANE 631-1/2/197 (East side) 22/05/72 Newham House


Small country house. Early C19, possibly incorporating rear wing from C18 house. Roughcast render on rubble; dry slate hipped roof with projecting eaves. Overall L-shaped single-depth plan with parlour on the left, central probable dining room and kitchen/living roon with lower floor level on right; central rear stair hall; rear wing at right-angles behind kitchen with service stair between plus coach house at far right and late C19 conservatory at far left. 2 storeys (over basement on right); symmetrical 3-window front. Original 16-pane hornless sashes over original 24-pane hornless sashes; central large C20 bay window with glazing bars fronting a widened opening. Conservatory is 5 bays with 4-lights per bay over a brick plinth; overlapping panes, the roof glass curved to direct water clear of glazing bars. Coach house has 2 hornless sashes with glazing bars. 3-window-range rear has central round-arched stair window with fanlight head over late C19 three-bay conservatory/porch with intersecting round-arched glazing bars. Within the porch, on the right, is an original doorcase with reeded architrave and corner blocks; panelled doors. Bay on right has original 12-pane sash to 1st floor, blind to ground floor. 3 storey wing on left has early C19 18-pane horizontal-sliding sash over tripartite window with 3:6:3 panes, and 6-pane window on left over 8-pane casement. Right-hand return has 12-pane sash and blocked window opening. Coach house has 2 sashes with glazing bars. INTERIOR has early C19 partitions, floor structures and roof structures; panelled doors including possibly 2-panel door with later-glazed top panel with thin glazing bars; open well staircase with open string, stick balusters and ramped handrail scrolled over newel; possibly late C18 wooden chimneypiece to upper attic room with old iron grate (partly hidden at time of survey). Basement has deep floor joists of reused ships' timbers with treenails.

Listing NGR: SW6523328186


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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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