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West Haye Farmhouse, Outbuildings Adjoining on North and Gate Piers on East

A Grade II Listed Building in Callington, Cornwall

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Latitude: 50.5054 / 50°30'19"N

Longitude: -4.3304 / 4°19'49"W

OS Eastings: 234842

OS Northings: 69884

OS Grid: SX348698

Mapcode National: GBR NM.KHJ3

Mapcode Global: FRA 17TQ.GRR

Entry Name: West Haye Farmhouse, Outbuildings Adjoining on North and Gate Piers on East

Listing Date: 26 November 1985

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1136300

English Heritage Legacy ID: 61216

Location: Callington, Cornwall, PL17

County: Cornwall

Civil Parish: Callington

Traditional County: Cornwall

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall

Church of England Parish: Callington

Church of England Diocese: Truro

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Listing Text


7/15 West Haye Farmhouse, outbuildings
adjoining on north and gate piers
on east

Farmhouse, gate piers to east and outbuildings adjoining. Farmhouse circa C17
extended to rear in mid C19 and early C20. Rubblestone, rendered on front with slate
roof with gabled ends. Continued in catslide roof to rear. Brick stack on left-hand
gable end. Stone lateral stack with granite quoins and moulded string to rear of
main range. Additional brick stack to rear of main range. Single depth plan
extended to rear by addition of dairy on west. Probably 3 room and through passage
plan with entrance possibly originally to the right of centre with a service room on
the right, the hall in the centre, served by the lateral stack and parlour beyond the
hall on the left. 2 storeys, regular 3 window front. Ground floor with 3 C20 3-
light windows. Wide, early C20 partly glazed door between first and second window.
Slate hood and remains of lattice work porch. Blocked opening between second and
third window, overgrown with foilage. Above 3 C20 2 light windows.
Interior: ground floor with partly blocked fireplace served by rear lateral stack,
and blocked. fireplace on left-hand gable end. In outshut, cloam oven projection to
rear lateral stack. Evidence of door opening to right (north west) of fireplace, in
line with blocked opening on front. Staircase, circa early C19 with square cut
balusters and slightly moulded rail. Turned newel. On first floor, blocked window
opening to rear (blocked by outshut). Long chamfered timber lintel with pyramid
stops. Roof timbers almost complete. Comprising 7 heavy principals dying into side
of wall plate. Side pegged collars, also heavy, with slight chamfer. Trenched
purlins. Adjoining on right-hand gable end (north) set slightly back, bank barn,
circa early C19 extended on right in mid C19. Rubblestone with slate roof continued
in corrugated iron at slightly differing pitch. Gable ends. 2 storeys on east
front. Left-hand part with segmented brick arch on left and door beneath granite
lintel to right. Plank door above. To right, range with large granite quoins and
timber plank doors to ground and first floor. Lean-to garage on right-hand gable
end. Gate piers circa mid C19 to east of house. Granite, square in plan with ball
finials. Site slopes down to south.
Barton Farm to Haye Estate. Hayes held estate from at least the 14th Century.
Sheila Lightbody - The Book of Callington 1982.

Listing NGR: SX3484269884

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