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Disused Farmhouse 50 Metres to North East of Treveans Farmhouse

A Grade II Listed Building in St. Teath, Cornwall

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Latitude: 50.6107 / 50°36'38"N

Longitude: -4.7223 / 4°43'20"W

OS Eastings: 207486

OS Northings: 82535

OS Grid: SX074825

Mapcode National: GBR N2.BYMX

Mapcode Global: FRA 170G.62J

Entry Name: Disused Farmhouse 50 Metres to North East of Treveans Farmhouse

Listing Date: 19 January 1952

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1158477

English Heritage Legacy ID: 68597

Location: St. Teath, Cornwall, PL33

County: Cornwall

Civil Parish: St. Teath

Traditional County: Cornwall

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall

Church of England Parish: St Teath

Church of England Diocese: Truro

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Listing Text

SX 08 SE
4/142 Disused farmhouse 50 metres to
- north east of Treveans Farmhouse

Farmhouse, now barn. Circa late C16, or earlier. Stone rubble. Slate roof with
gable ends. Projection for front lateral stack.
Plan: Original plan uncertain and part of the house has been demolished. The house
appears to have been of 3 room and through passage plan with hall to left heated by a
front lateral stack, stair projection to rear of hall, towards the higher side and an
inner room beyond heated by a gable end stack. The lower end to right has been
demolished below the passage. There is a stone rubble cross wall which continues up
to the first floor between the hall and inner room and the probable timber or lath
and plaster partition between the hall and passage has been removed. The lower end
was demolished in the 1940s but is believed to have had a fireplace backing onto the
hall with a back kitchen on the ground floor and wool chamber, approached by external
stone rubble stair to rear, on first floor. The roof structure and first floor
joists were replaced in circa 1940s and it is therefore uncertain whether the house
is earlier than the late C16.
Exterior: 2 storeys. Asymmetrical 2 window front with ground sloping down fairly
steeply to right. The lower right hand end has been demolished and the entrance is
now to the right. Door inserted in window opening of inner room to left and door
inserted in 3-light mullion hall window opening near centre, the lintel in situ.
Entrance to right with part altered lean-to stone rubble porch with wide chamfered
segmental granite arch, the stops eroded. Unmoulded timber lintel to inner entrance
with plank door. Right hand gable end rebuilt in concrete blocks. First floor;
opening to left partly rebuilt with jambs and cill of 2-light mullion window near
centre. Gabled stair projection to rear.
Interior: ceiling beams and roof structure replaced in circa mid C20. Partition on
higher side of passage removed. Large granite lintel to blocked hall fireplace and
hollow chamfered granite lintel to inner room fireplace. Stair replaced with loft
Reputed to be possible home of Ann Jeffrys.

Listing NGR: SX0748682535

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