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Latitude: 50.1708 / 50°10'14"N
Longitude: -5.0698 / 5°4'11"W
OS Eastings: 180884
OS Northings: 34594
OS Grid: SW808345
Mapcode National: GBR ZD.S9G3
Mapcode Global: FRA 088K.NPW
Entry Name: Tregew
Listing Date: 30 May 1967
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1160817
English Heritage Legacy ID: 63577
Location: Mylor, Cornwall, TR11
Civil Parish: Mylor
Built-Up Area: Flushing
Traditional County: Cornwall
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall
Church of England Parish: Flushing
Church of England Diocese: Truro
SW 83 SW MYLOR TREGEW ROAD, (west side),
6/301 No 24 (Tregew)
House. Circa very early C19, and extended circa 1830. Stucco over stone. Hipped
grouted scantle slate roof with brick axial chimneys over cross walls (the original
Plan of 2 original rooms, now 1 room to middle and room added at either end circa
1820's-1830's, outshut with narrow service rooms and axial passage along rear plus 2-
storey projection at rear left west corner with canted bay to side wall left and
ridge parallel to main roof.
2 storeys. Symmetrical 1:2:1 bay south east front facing road, all early C19
hornless sashes. Central original 2-window house with 12-pane sashes has central
doorway with C20 glazed door and flanking windows in round-headed stucco recesses.
Projecting keystones survive from earlier form of house. Later bays adjoining at
left and right have central 30-paned bowed sashes on both floors. At rear there is
a segmental arched porch with fluted columns and simple entablature. 6-panel door
within with fanlight over. Fanlight has 2 intersecting ogee arches. Porch and
doorway are possibly resited from the front of the house when the stucco and wings
Interior is little altered since the early C19 with much original carpentry and
joinery: panelled doors, reveals, reeded architraves with rosettes in corner blocks a
Regency fireplance in left-hand room, some arches to passages, and a curious room to
first floor landing under outshut with Gothic style borrowed light with hoodmould.
An interesting remodelling in the early C19. The bowed windows were obviously
popular in this parish in the early C19, compare: Park Vean qv, The Lawncliff Hotel
qv and Newquay House qv.
Listing NGR: SW8088434594
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