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Trebarwith Farmhouse and Barn Adjoining on Rear

A Grade II Listed Building in Tintagel, Cornwall

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.6416 / 50°38'29"N

Longitude: -4.7503 / 4°45'1"W

OS Eastings: 205634

OS Northings: 86048

OS Grid: SX056860

Mapcode National: GBR N1.8X78

Mapcode Global: FRA 07YC.TCW

Entry Name: Trebarwith Farmhouse and Barn Adjoining on Rear

Listing Date: 20 July 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1143410

English Heritage Legacy ID: 68870

Location: Tintagel, Cornwall, PL33

County: Cornwall

Civil Parish: Tintagel

Traditional County: Cornwall

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall

Church of England Parish: Tintagel

Church of England Diocese: Truro

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Listing Text

TINTAGEL TREBARWITH
SX 08 NE
4/212 Trebarwith Farmhouse and barn
adjoining on rear
GV II
Farmhouse and barn adjoining to rear, now disused. Possibly late C16 extended in
early C17, in C18 and in C19. Barn added to rear in circa early C19. Slate stone
rubble. Rag slate roof with gable ends and gable ends to 2 rear wings. The roof has
collapsed above the through passage. Stone rubble stack on left hand gable end and
stone rubble side lateral stack to rear service wing.
Full inspection not accessible at time of survey (1986) and original plan uncertain.
Probably originally a 2 room or more and through passage plan with lower end on left
heated by a gable end stack and higher end on right, possibly also heated by a gable
end stack or a rear lateral stack. The partition on the lower side of the passage
continues as a cross wall up to the apex and the partition on the higher side of the
passage possibly originally continued up to first floor level. The chamber above the
lower end was probably the principal chamber with a fine quality fireplace in the
gable end. In circa early C17 a kitchen range was added to the rear of the hall on
right, heated by a side lateral stack. In circa C18 a further room was added to the
higher right hand gable end of the hall; it is uncertain whether this replaced an
earlier inner room. In circa late C18 or early C19 an outshot extension was added to
the front of the lower left hand room, heated by an end stack and in circa later C19
a wing of 1 room plan was added to the rear of the left hand room. In circa early
C19 a rectangular barn was added to the rear of the kitchen range on rear right.
This barn may have had a horse-engine house probably demolished when replaced with
water power (qv Waterwheel to west of Trebarwith Farm).
2 storeys. Asymmetrical 2 window front elevation. Lean-to outshot on front left.
Entrance to left of centre with blocked opening adjoining on right and door opening
into later range on right. Remains of 2 sash windows with raking roofs just breaking
the eaves on first floor.
Interior : Inspection not accessible. The left hand room has a large lintel above
the kitchen fireplace with a large, probably granite, cloam oven. The chamber
directly above has a large fine quality fireplace, the chamfered lintel supported by
2 corbelled brackets. The floor joists have been removed and the roof structure
above the through passage is partly decayed, the slate roof collapsed.
The barn which adjoins the right hand service range on rear is of 2 storeys with a
slate roof with hipped ends. Shuttered openings on first floor.


Listing NGR: SX0563486048

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