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A Grade II Listed Building in St. Teath, Cornwall

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Latitude: 50.5822 / 50°34'55"N

Longitude: -4.7486 / 4°44'55"W

OS Eastings: 205507

OS Northings: 79438

OS Grid: SX055794

Mapcode National: GBR N1.DQ1L

Mapcode Global: FRA 07YJ.FTS

Plus Code: 9C2QH7J2+VG

Entry Name: Aarons

Listing Date: 13 January 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1158813

English Heritage Legacy ID: 68650

ID on this website: 101158813

Location: Treburgett, Cornwall, PL30

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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Saint Teath


SX 07 NE
6/213 Aarons
- II

Farmhouse, now private house with barn attached on right. Circa early C17 remodelled
in early C18 and extended with barn in circa early C19. Stone rubble and granite
quoins. Rag slate roof with gable ends. Farmhouse to left has brick end stacks and
brick shaft to front lateral stack to right.
Plan : House to left and barn added in circa early C19 on right hand gable end
forming overall rectangular plan. The house is of 2 room and central entrance plan;
the left hand room heated by an end stack with cloam oven and the right hand room
heated by a front lateral stack. Central entrance, possibly originally with a cross
or through passage with a circa C19 framed imperial stair flanked by circa early C18
tall timber screens. The first floor bedroom on right is heated by a gable end
stack. In circa early C19 a lean-to outshot containing service rooms was added
across the rear and a bank barn added on the right hand gable end, probably with
shippons on ground floor and loft or threshing floor above, the first floor
approached from the rear where the ground rises.
Exterior : House : 2 storeys, asymmetrical 3 window front. Ground floor windows with
circa early C19 brick segmental arch above left hand window with 12-pane horned sash
and probably rebuilt brick arch to right with 3 over 6-pane horned sash. Plank door
at centre with open porch; 2 unmoulded granite posts supporting hipped slate roof.
Three 6-pane sashes on first floor.
Barn to right is of 2 storeys on front elevation with plank doors and granite
Interior : Left hand room of house has Cornish range manufactured by Broad of
Camelford and cloam oven. Right hand room is heated by front lateral stack with
roughly chamfered timber lintel, possibly re-sited. The ceiling beams on the ground
floor are roughly chamfered and unstopped and the ceilings are very high. The framed
circa late C19 stair is flanked by circa early C18 plank and muntin screens with
raised and fielded panels to planks. Circa early C18 raised and fielded panelling in
reveals of left hand window. First floor bedroom to right has a painted, probably
granite fireplace of early C17 with hollow chamfered jambs with pyramid stops, the
lintel altered. Roof structure not accessible although the principals appear to have
straight, unchamfered feet.
Unspoilt house in close proximity to second farmhouse which is probably only about
30-50 years later (qv Old Hall, Treburgett) and further farmhouse to north (Paul's
Tenement, Treburgett).

Listing NGR: SX0550779438

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