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Pair of Attached Houses About 15 Metres West of Honey Cote

A Grade II Listed Building in St. Ewe, Cornwall

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.2747 / 50°16'28"N

Longitude: -4.8457 / 4°50'44"W

OS Eastings: 197324

OS Northings: 45512

OS Grid: SW973455

Mapcode National: GBR ZT.SVW7

Mapcode Global: FRA 08R9.L05

Entry Name: Pair of Attached Houses About 15 Metres West of Honey Cote

Listing Date: 15 November 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1144809

English Heritage Legacy ID: 71545

Location: St. Ewe, Cornwall, PL26

County: Cornwall

Civil Parish: St. Ewe

Traditional County: Cornwall

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall

Church of England Parish: St Ewe

Church of England Diocese: Truro

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Listing Text

ST EWE POLMASSICK
SW 94 NE
1/45 Pair of attached houses about 15
- metres west of Honey Cote

GV II

Pair of attached houses. Circa late C17 - early C18, with additions of early C19 and
some later alterations. Rendered stone rubble, the upper level in rendered cob. The
house to south has thatched roof with gable ends. Gable end stacks with truncated
shafts. The house to north has thatched roof under corrugated iron, with gable ends.
Gable end stack to left with large rubble shaft and shaped top; gable end stack to
right with rubble shaft with slate weathering and brick chimney. The linking block
has slurried scantle slate roof with ridge tiles and gable ends.
Plan: Two houses, arranged in an L-plan, with one house to south and one house to
north; they are linked by a one-room plan addition. The house to south is of 2-room
plan with central entrance, each room heated from a gable end stack. The room to
right was probably the parlour and the room to left the kitchen. To rear left, there
is a one-room plan addition, unheated; this forms the link, built in early C19,
between the two houses. The house to north has its front at the left side of the L-
plan range. It is also of circa late C17, of 2-room plan, with central entrance,
each room heated from a gable end stack.
Exterior: The house to south is 2-storey, a nearly symmetrical 2-window front.
Ground floor has central plank door with wooden lintel. C19 2-light 3-pane casement
to left and right with wooden lintels. First floor has C19 2-light 6-pane casement
with wooden lintel to left and right. The right end is blind. The left end has oven
at the base of the stack; at upper level the cob is exposed.
To rear left is the linking addition; this is 2-storey. At ground floor there is a
C19 3-light 6 and 8-pane casement and plank door. First floor has 2-light 4-pane C19
casement.
The house to north is 2-storey, a nearly symmetrical 3-window front. Ground floor has
C19 4-panelled door with top glazed panel. C19 16-pane sash to right and left.
First floor has two C19 16-pane sashes to left and one C19 16-pane sash to right. At
ground floor there is a blocked doorway to the left of the door; this may possibly
have been a pair of attached one-room plan houses converted as one house circa C19.
The left end has large external stack.
Interior: Not inspected.


Listing NGR: SW9732445512

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