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The Close

A Grade II Listed Building in St. Veep, Cornwall

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.3655 / 50°21'55"N

Longitude: -4.6161 / 4°36'57"W

OS Eastings: 214040

OS Northings: 55000

OS Grid: SX140550

Mapcode National: GBR N7.V846

Mapcode Global: FRA 1862.KGV

Entry Name: The Close

Listing Date: 30 April 1985

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1137951

English Heritage Legacy ID: 60608

Location: St. Veep, Cornwall, PL22

County: Cornwall

Civil Parish: St. Veep

Traditional County: Cornwall

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall

Church of England Parish: St Veep

Church of England Diocese: Truro

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Listing Text

ST. VEEP

In the entry for

SX 15 SW + SX 15 NW

6/104 and 8/104 The Close

II G.V.
the description shall be amended to read

Vicarage, now private house, circa 1820s with later alterations in late C19 and mid
C20. Rubblestone with slate roof with hipped ends to projecting bays on front.
Rendered brick stack on ridge on left and brick stack in projecting rear right-hand
wing with 5 classical pots in all.
Double depth plan. The house has been divided into 2 and the rear (north) part and
the former service wing to the rear left (north west) is now a separate house known
as The Old Rectory and this is not included in the listing.
2 storeys, symmetrical south front. Central projecting rubblestone porch, almost
certainly later porch on granite plinth rendered on front and flanked by pilasters
with granite bases and caps. Central timber door below hipped slate roof. Flanked
by projecting 2 storey wings with full height shallow canted ends and 2 tall
original sashes, 6 panes each sash under flat voussoirs on ground floor. On first
floor 2 smaller sash, 6 panes each, with exposed sash boxes in central recess.
Windows with crown glass.
West side with single storey extension. 5 window front,the 3 windows to the left
are the Old Rectory. East front with 2 sashes 6 panes per sash on ground and first
floor and 2 single light 4 pane casements between.

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SX 15 SW + SX 15 NW ST VEEP

6/104 and 8/104 The Close
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GV II

Vicarage, now private house, circa 1820s with later alterations in late C19 and mid
C20. Rubblestone with slate roof with hipped ends to projecting bays on front.
Rendered brick stack on ridge on left and brick stack in projecting rear right-hand
wing with 5 classical pots in all.
Plan much altered. 2 storey shallow canted projecting bays on front and rear
projecting wings to form modified U shape. Double ridge in centre.
2 storeys, symmetrical south front. Central projecting rubblestone porch, almost
certainly later porch on granite plinth rendered on front and flanked by pilasters
with granite bases and caps. Central timber door below hipped slate roof. Flanked
by projecting 2 storey wings with full height shallow canted ends and 2 tall
original sashes, 6 panes each sash under flat voussoirs on ground floor. On first
floor 2 smaller sash, 6 panes each, with exposed sash boxes in central recess.
Windows with crown glass.
West side with single storey extension. 5 window front with 3 sashes 6 panes each
sash glazed C20 door and 1 sash 8 pane each to first floor. East front with 2
sashes 6 panes per sash on ground and first floor and 2 single light 4 pane
casements between.


Listing NGR: SX1403754998

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