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The Property Shop, Premises Occupied by S Wicket and House Adjoining at the South

A Grade II Listed Building in Stratton, Cornwall

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.8304 / 50°49'49"N

Longitude: -4.5136 / 4°30'48"W

OS Eastings: 223083

OS Northings: 106443

OS Grid: SS230064

Mapcode National: GBR K3.X4D2

Mapcode Global: FRA 16FX.3D4

Entry Name: The Property Shop, Premises Occupied by S Wicket and House Adjoining at the South

Listing Date: 9 September 1985

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1141837

English Heritage Legacy ID: 64749

Location: Bude-Stratton, Cornwall, EX23

County: Cornwall

Civil Parish: Bude-Stratton

Built-Up Area: Stratton

Traditional County: Cornwall

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall

Church of England Parish: Stratton

Church of England Diocese: Truro

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Listing Text

SS 23 06 BUDE-STRATTON CHURCH SQUARE, STRATTON

13/173 The property shop, premises
occupied by S Wicket and house
adjoining at the south
GV II

House, now partly used as 2 shops with accommodation above, range adjoining at
rear now disused. C17 origins, C18 remodelling, some C19 alterations, alterations
in progress at time of survey, 1984. Probably cob, front of main range pebble-
dashed, asbestos slate roof, brick chimney. Rear range rendered with squared rag
slate roof. Original through passage plan to main range which is north facing.
Hall to right of passage. Rear door of through passage leads into rear courtyard.
Wings to west and east of main range. South range with adjoining gatehouse forms
rear wall of courtyard. C18 remodelling of south range to the left of the through
passage. Former hall, to right of passage, largely concealed by the insertion of
a C19 room with partition walls. 2 storeys.
North Range. 4-window front with early C20 shop front and shop doorway to the
left flanked by rusticated pilasters with paired timber brackets above supporting
moulded cornice. Large 2 over 1 sash shop window to the left of a 2-leaf half-
glazed shop door under a 2-light rectangular fanlight. Entrance into house to
right. Ground floor window right 12-pane sash. 4 first floor windows, all
formerly 3 over 6 sashes. 1 window remains intact. Rear door of passage has
ovolo-moulded doorway with wide runout stops. Interior Remains of decorated
plaster frieze from C17 hall on right gable end wall and continuing behind the
wall of ground floor room right. Panelled doors leading off the passage, the rear
left closed string stair and the moulded plaster cornice to ground floor room left
date from the C18 remodelling. Tiling to passage and plaster cornice to ground
floor room right are C19.
South range and Gatehouse. 2 + 1 windows to south elevation, glazing no longer
exists. Passage below gatehouse has moulded cross beam at south end. Entrance to
north range from passage below gatehouse retains one ovolo-moulded frame.
Interior. Cross beams to ground floor. Chimney stack and fireplace probably
dismantled. Roof replaced circa early C20. Gatehouse chamber appears to have had
canted plater ceiling, and retains 1 3-light and 1 4-light window with timber
frames and ovolo-moulded mullions intact. Timber subdivisions to each light also
survive.
The house adjoins the Old Post Office at the east and is an important C17 survival
amongst the early buildings in Church Square.


Listing NGR: SS2308306443

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