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Stable with Attached Screen Wall About 10 Metres North East of Tregeare House

A Grade II Listed Building in Laneast, Cornwall

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Latitude: 50.6525 / 50°39'9"N

Longitude: -4.4892 / 4°29'21"W

OS Eastings: 224134

OS Northings: 86604

OS Grid: SX241866

Mapcode National: GBR ND.8BQ4

Mapcode Global: FRA 17HB.T2D

Plus Code: 9C2QMG36+28

Entry Name: Stable with Attached Screen Wall About 10 Metres North East of Tregeare House

Listing Date: 23 November 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1142756

English Heritage Legacy ID: 68356

Location: Laneast, Cornwall, PL15

County: Cornwall

Civil Parish: Laneast

Traditional County: Cornwall

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall

Church of England Parish: Laneast

Church of England Diocese: Truro

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2/146 Stable with attached screen wall
- about 10 metres north east of
Tregeare House


Stables with attached screen wall. Circa early C19, with the screen wall
incorporating C17 materials. Rendered stone rubble. Slate roof with ridge tiles and
gable ends. The wall is in slatestone rubble with granite dressings.
Plan: U-plan, with central range of stables, short projecting wing to right and left
containing coach houses. At the rear left side, there were formerly further stables;
now workshops. Attached to rear is a lean-to dog-kennel with enclosed run. Attached
to rear right is a screen wall, with central gateway; this incorporates C17
Exterior: Single storey on plinth, symmetrical front with 3 bays to centre and short
projecting wing to right and left. Central doorway with segmental arch and granite
jambs; plank door. Small clock above. 3-light casement with pivoted toplights to
right and left. The coach house wing to right and left, with gables with scalloped
bargeboards; each has double doorway with elliptical arch, plank double doors with
raised fillets. At the left side, there is a 6-pane sash with segmental arch to
right; two 2-light casements and plank door to left, all with segmental arches. The
right side is blind. Attached to right is the screen wall, in slatestone rubble with
rubble coping; central pair of stone rubble piers with pyramidal granite caps. The
wall is ramped down to each side, with a 3-light chamfered granite window with hood
mould, unglazed. Terminal piers with pyramidal caps.
At the rear, the coach house to right forms a projecting wing with large double doors
and a loading door to the loft above. The central range has a small gablet.
Attached to the central range is a lean-to dog-kennel with doors; there is a low wall
enclosing the hound yard and gabled ventilator over the lean-to. The gable end of
the coach house to left has a window opening at loft level.
Interior: There is a central tack-room with slate floor and saddle racks; pine
panelled walls. To right and left are the stables, boxes with wooden partitions with
ball finials and rails. Cast iron mangers. The stables to right are in oak and
those to left in pine.

Listing NGR: SX2413486604

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